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.
"Changing demographics is all about racial replacement, this is genocide." Nick Folkes, the leader of Party for Freedom, has extremely strong views when it comes multiculturalism. Keegan investigates the threat of white nationalism in Sydney's far west.
"Why shouldn't Aboriginal people be offered the same opportunities as other people?" Muru Mittigar aims to improve the economic and social capacity of all First Nations peoples and empower their meaningful participation as traditional custodians of Country.
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Marielle Ong, a Masters of Philosophy student at University of Queensland, talks all things pure mathematics in plain English.
"I think one of the biggest struggles we face as Indigenous artists is that we consistently have to break down stereotypes." Chenoa Deemal performs in a contemporary revamp of The Seven Stages of Grieving across the country.
Penrith is the second highest in NSW for reported domestic violence and child sexual abuse. Hear from tour de force Michelle Ellery on her work with Penrith-based charity The Queen of Hearts Foundation.
"Public art is not a common tool for social change, but it speaks to all of us and makes such an impact on our communities in a symbolic and tangible sense." Discover your inner artivist with Muralisto!
"I took my seat and in silence posed a question to myself and the mainly white room. Are we going to listen?" Our editor Alexandra Havas attended The Australian Refugee Action Network (ARAN) Inaugural Conference in Canberra from May 20th to May 21st.
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Josephine Dias, a PhD student at the University of Queensland, talks all things quantum communication in plain English.