Joanna Cabot
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Joanna Cabot

Joanna Cabot is a video journalist for The QUO.

Joanna Cabot is a video journalist for The QUO, and a radio reporter at SBS French and 2SER. Before entering into the world of journalism, Joanna was working in the fashion industry in Paris. After travelling for two years, she felt that sharing people's untold stories was her passion and studied a Master of Journalism at UTS.

Joanna's curiosity and friendly personality lead her to reveal stories that matter.

Stories

Lentil As Anything

Lentil As Anything

All Topics
Lentil As Anything, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
Lentil As Anything provides vegetarian fare to the community under a pay as you feel pricing model.
Aussies like us

Aussies like us

Minority Voices
SBS, Artarmon NSW 2064, Australia
We got a glimpse of 10 Australians, from 10 very different backgrounds, all of whom share 1 faith and lived under the same roof for 8 days.
Benita de Wit's Manus Island Project

Benita de Wit's Manus Island Project

Migration & Displacement
The Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Director Benita de Wit of Manus Island Project is filming one person for every man detained at Manus Island.
What is sexual racism?

What is sexual racism?

Minority Voices
Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
SBS's Date My Race presenter Santilla Chingaipe and academic Senthorun Raj spell out exactly what sexual racism is.
Blak Markets fight against the fake Aboriginal art trade

Blak Markets fight against the fake Aboriginal art trade

First Nations
Barangaroo NSW 2000, Australia
The proliferation of fake Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art is not just theft, it's cultural theft.
TJ's story on Transgender Day of Remembrance

TJ's story on Transgender Day of Remembrance

Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
In honour of Transgender Day of Remembrance, we are sharing TJ’s powerful story.
Deciding To Make A Difference

Deciding To Make A Difference

Our Environment
Jilkminggan NT 0852, Australia
Deciding To Make A Difference are tackling the problem of plastic pollution and the rural housing shortage.
Humanising Homelessness with Sydney's Safe Space Kitchen

Humanising Homelessness with Sydney's Safe Space Kitchen

Minority Voices
Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Lanz Priestley lets us into the overlooked world of his Safe Space Kitchen in Martin Place.
Brunch for good with Gratia

Brunch for good with Gratia

All Topics
Folonomo, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Located in Sydney's Surry Hills, Gratia is a cafe and social enterprise donating 100% of their profits to charity.
Compassion in the Calais Jungle: The QUO talks to Kirstin Shirling

Compassion in the Calais Jungle: The QUO talks to Kirstin Shirling

Migration & Displacement
Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Kirstin Shirling is a creative engagement producer who volunteered with Good Chance Theatre in the Calais Jungle to help create a safe space for self-expression for refugees.
Interview with Julie McCrossin

Interview with Julie McCrossin

Minority Voices
South Sydney Uniting Church, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
Australian media personality and LGBTQIA+ advocate Julie McCrossin reminds us that we must be aware of the prejudices and discriminatory attitudes that exist amongst all of us; no matter how we identify ourselves.
Interview with Tanya Jackson-Vaughan of the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS)

Interview with Tanya Jackson-Vaughan of the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS)

Migration & Displacement
Refugee Advice & Casework Service, Randwick NSW 2031, Australia
Divya interviewed Tanya Jackson-Vaughan, the Executive Director of the Refugee Advice & Casework Service (RACS), on the impact of Immigration Minister Peter Dutton’s October 1 deadline for asylum seekers to apply for protection or face deportation from Australia.
Sex workers speaking for themselves

Sex workers speaking for themselves

Minority Voices
Scarlet Alliance, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
Stigma around sex work still exists, and it will continue until we begin to recognise sex work as a job like any other. Entirely led and staffed by sex workers, Scarlet Alliance believes that sex workers should be the experts in their own lives.
NITV introduces Little J & Big Cuz

NITV introduces Little J & Big Cuz

First Nations
SBS, Artarmon NSW 2064, Australia
NITV's new animation Little J & Big Cuz is historic. Focusing on Australian Indigenous kids' transition to school, Tanya Orman discusses how it helps to demystify and celebrate Indigenous culture.
Rise and indigenise with Sarain Carson-Fox

Rise and indigenise with Sarain Carson-Fox

First Nations
Hugo Street Reserve, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
“People have been telling our stories of resistance from a colonial perspective for hundreds of years now and I think it’s important for us to take back the narrative.”
Breaking the stigma of mental health through creativity

Breaking the stigma of mental health through creativity

Health Care
Create or Die, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
The Bumblefly Effect is an intersectional collective of creatives committed to breaking the stigma around mental health.
Zero waste living in Sydney

Zero waste living in Sydney

Our Environment
Clovelly NSW 2031, Australia
Madolyn Garnham from Clovelly made a New Year's resolution last year to eliminate plastic use, and to keep things simple and sustainable. From homemade toothpaste to a practical compost system, she shares her tips on how to lead a zero waste life.
Making an invisible issue visible with OneWave's Fluro Fridays

Making an invisible issue visible with OneWave's Fluro Fridays

Health Care
Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia
Following a simple recipe of saltwater therapy, surfing and fluro, OneWave tackles mental health issues head-on.
HEAR OUR VOICE: Creatives demanding visibility

HEAR OUR VOICE: Creatives demanding visibility

Minority Voices
Sydney NSW, Australia
Alexandra Mantoura's HEAR OUR VOICE is a photographic campaign demanding representation for creatives in Sydney.
Lives In Limbo: The Impact Of The 457 Visa Changes

Lives In Limbo: The Impact Of The 457 Visa Changes

Migration & Displacement
Bondi NSW 2026, Australia
“Why did I want to be here for two years, to pay taxes, to work, to put all my effort here? We’re bringing kids, we’re living our life, and then we need to leave. To go where? And start what?” Joanna investigates the human impact of the recent changes to the 457 visa.
Travelling the world on Addison Road

Travelling the world on Addison Road

Migration & Displacement
The Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Travel the world and meet people just like us with the culinary delights sold at the fortnightly Street Food Markets.