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Euthanasia is legal in a handful of countries, such as Switzerland, the Netherlands and Belgium. But why is the practice illegal in most other countries, including Australia? We invited a pastor, an author, a carer and a student to our SBS studio, for a candid discussion.
Small Business Secrets: Such is the title of a new SBS television series, every Sunday at 5pm.
The show encourages Australians, and migrants in particular, to have a go, turning a smart idea into a viable business. But what are the pitfalls and who is there to help?
The 21-part-series premiered on 31 July. To mark the launch, SBS German aired a panel discussion with four German speaking guests!
Last year, 1.1 million refugees went to Germany, in search of a safe haven and a better life. Are people still applauding them as they arrive at the train stations? Or is the mood changing, given the many problems facing the local people and the refugees alike? Guests in our SBS studio are: Professor Klaus Neumann from Swinburne University, Birgit Götz, director of the Martin Luther Homes in Melbourne, SBS producer Maria Schaller and Rabea Stückemann who is visiting Australia from Cologne.
On the first Monday of each month, we invite some handpicked guests to our studio, for a candid talk about an important or controversial issue. This month, it's Australia's crazy real estate prices, and their ramifications for those of us who (by choice or necessity) prefer to rent. And just in case you knew all the answers: You might be in for a surprise!
Why do we get homesick and how do we combat it when living abroad? Is it possible to remain homesick throughout our lives? How can we cure it and what are some of the strategies employed by our panel members? Listen to this lively discussion to find out more.