Interview – Triple J – Hack – Tom Tilley

Tom Tilley: So many questions came out of that story just there, and thankfully we have the Education Minister Simon Birmingham here to answer them. Simon Birmingham, thank you so much for joining us. Simon Birmingham: G’day Tom, great to be with you. Tom Tilley: First things first: this week you’ve reiterated that Christopher Pyne’s deregulation plans were…

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Interview – 4BC – Ben Davis

Ben Davis: Look, there has been plenty of talk today too, and not just today but over the last few weeks about the Safe Schools programme. You know my views on it. I think it- and especially on a day when we’re talking about anti-bullying and anti-violence; it’s what our kids have been hearing about…

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Interview – The Project

Matt White: Well, now we are joined by Education Minister Simon Birmingham. Simon, it is day two of what is going to be a 15-week campaign. Doesn’t the fact that we are already talking about Tony Abbott indicate that you have got a big problem? Simon Birmingham: Well, we are not in the campaign yet. There is…

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Interview – RN Drive – Patricia Karvelas

Patricia Karvelas: This afternoon the Federal Government has delivered it’s response to the review of the Safe Schools anti-homophobia program. It seems to have appeased conservative Coalition critics of the program but is being labelled a back down by others. Senator Simon Birmingham is the Federal Education Minister, thanks for your time, and also for staying…

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Interview – 2GB – Ben Fordham

Ben Fordham: On the line is the Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham. Good afternoon to you, Mr Birmingham. Simon Birmingham: G’day Ben, good to be with you. Ben Fordham: Thanks for taking the time to talk to us. You’ve made some sweeping changes to the Safe Schools programme today. So you’re removing these roleplaying activities. You are…

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