Q+A on ABC TV – This week… the final Q+A of the year. It’s been a tumultuous and at times difficult year for many, and we’ll be unpacking the highs and lows of 2023. Cost-of-living pressures, climate and conflicts around the world have been a focus for us all this year – what will the next 12 months hold?

The referendum on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament seems to have laid bare a schism in our community, while the “nicer” politics we’d been promised after last year’s federal election hasn’t exactly been realised. As the divisions in society become starker, can we come together again? Or is our social cohesion damaged beyond repair? 

The Matildas’ history-making World Cup run lifted the nation’s spirits, but the high was short-lived as a series of savage rate rises hit families hard. Amid warnings of persistently stubborn inflation, is the worst yet to come?
So, what’s changed for you this year? How is Australia different from this time a year ago? And what’s next for 2024?

Q+A is in Melbourne tonight, Monday November 27 at 9.35pm AEDT, with a special performance from singer-songwriter Anthony Callea.

Joining Patricia Karvelas on the panel in Melbourne:

Cheng Lei, Journalist & Broadcaster

Osher Günsberg, TV & Podcast Host

Todd Fernando, Outgoing Victorian Commissioner LGBTIQA+ Communities

Charlotte Mortlock, Executive Director, Hilma’s Network

Anthony Callea, Singer-Songwriter

If you would like to submit a question for consideration, please submit one via our website for the chance to ask the panel.

Each week, Q+A selects our top question to highlight in the newsletter.

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