Aboriginal girl in Australia. (GETTY/INGETJE TADROS)
There are two sides to Australia: one ranks high on the UN Development Index and the other has a struggling Aboriginal population. The country’s indigenous life expectancy is 10 years less than the rest of the population, with chronically low education rates. One commentator recently compared their plight to apartheid in South Africa. So, as Australia begins a new political chapter, can the country bridge the two sides? Join us at 19:30 GMT.