Every action is born of experience. The QUO curate stories that will help broaden our understanding of what is happening around us, and inspire action. Based on the lived experiences of our contributors, the stories here cover issues that are at the heart of our development as a community.
Despite only making up 2.5 percent of the population, one -quarter of those who are homeless on any given night in Australia are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people. Indigenous homelessness is a conversation we need to be having more often.
The #MeToo movement was founded 10 years ago by Brooklyn-born black activist Tarana Burke with the aim of amplifying the voices of those most marginalised. It is critical that this now popular movement does not lose sight of its initial aim.