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Using horse as healer with Equine Facilitated Learning
08 November 2017
Our editor Alexandra interviews Equine Facilitated Learning Specialist Judy Brightman.
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What would Fred Nile's gay-only nation state look like?
27 October 2017
Seb examines the potential perks of an LGBT+ nation-state, a place where marriage equality would never be up for debate.
Why object to gender neutral bathrooms when we already have them at home?
23 October 2017
Keegan explores how the gender neutral bathroom debate impacts upon non-binary and gender queer people.
Health Cheque or Reality Check?
22 October 2017
Private health insurance or DIY health insurance? Sharon unpacks US health cost sharing communities and whether they're a viable option in Australia.
The Bumblefly Effect: The Hands Can't Hit What The Eyes Can't See
22 October 2017
In college, Caitie Gutierrez had a vivid dream about bees that inspired her to remain open to life's risks despite the possibility of being stung. Now the curator of The Bumblefly Effect, an intersectional and global community of creatives committed to breaking the stigma around mental illness, she's taking small steps to create big change.
Two food-related social enterprises supporting refugees and LGBTQI+ rights
22 October 2017
Keen to support refugees and LGBTQI+ rights while indulging in a foodie's night out? Look no further than Brisbane's Mu'ooz and Rainbow Beer.
Humanising Homelessness with Sydney's Safe Space Kitchen
22 October 2017
Lanz Priestley lets us into the overlooked world of his Safe Space Kitchen in Martin Place.
Embracing death as a part of life: Palliative care volunteering
Western Sydney, NSW
20 October 2017
"We're not there to play God or anything, but what we can do is offer some help." Glen and David explain what it's like to be palliative care volunteers.
Brunch for good with Gratia
06 October 2017
Located in Sydney's Surry Hills, Gratia is a cafe and social enterprise donating 100% of their profits to charity.
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Kelly Wong
24 September 2017
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Kelly Wong, an online producer at Australia's Science Channel, talks all things science communication in plain English.
Micah White on the end of protests
21 September 2017
We spoke to Micah White, one of the founders of Occupy Wall Street, about his take on contemporary activism.

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