Interview: Arnold Zable

April 14, 2015 by  
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Arnold Zable is an author, storyteller, refugee advocate and passionate activist for asylum seekers and human rights. Melbourne-based Zable talks with The Shtick’s Henry Greener.

 

Part 1 of a two segment interview

 

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  1. Liat Nagar says:

    Lovely to hear Arnold Zable – such a consistent, humane voice, who has never wavered from his particular concern for refugees, always with his own personal history as something never to be forgotten in relation to that – see ‘Jewels and Ashes'(Scribe). Interesting, isn’t it, that Australian governments can welcome and encourage refugees when they ‘need to’ for labour force, but incarcerate them and treat them as less than human when that need disappears.

    Hello, Arnold, if you become privy to these J-Wire comments. Liat Kirby here (became Nagar for a good while through a second marriage, but am now back to Kirby. Also lived in Israel between 2004 – 2007.) I haven’t produced a book since ‘curving my eyes to almonds’, but am working on rectifying that in bits and pieces. So glad to hear you have a new work in the offing and look forward to reading it. I hope you remember me.

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