Daniel Sleiman
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			Daniel Sleiman

Daniel is a freelance writer and content producer who is passionate about giving a voice to the voiceless.

Daniel is a freelance writer and content producer who is passionate about giving a voice to the voiceless and those in our society who have been marginalised. He has a strong interest in social justice and loves to tell stories. For Daniel, stories can be powerful, hard-hitting, and a call for change.

Stories

Jews for Palestine: In conversation with Naama Carlin

Jews for Palestine: In conversation with Naama Carlin

Power & Policy
Sydney NSW, Australia
Israeli-born writer and academic Naama Carlin explains how her relationship with Zionism and Palestine has changed.
Bankstown Poetry Slam: A powerhouse of performance poetry

Bankstown Poetry Slam: A powerhouse of performance poetry

Women at the margins are front and centre at this slam.
Rehearsal for revolution: How theatre can improve disability healthcare

Rehearsal for revolution: How theatre can improve disability healthcare

Health Care, Power & Policy
Canberra ACT, Australia
Rebus' participatory theatre is a call to activism and disability justice.
Becoming female: Chaye's transition

Becoming female: Chaye's transition

Minority Voices
Sydney NSW, Australia
With almost half of transgender young people attempting suicide, we need to be telling more stories like Chaye's.
Fighting to end slavery in the 21st century

Fighting to end slavery in the 21st century

Power & Policy
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Modern day slavey is alive and well in Australia within the supply chain of big business.
Kosciusko National Park is worth fighting for

Kosciusko National Park is worth fighting for

Our Environment
Mount Kosciuszko, Kosciuszko National Park NSW 2627, Australia
Reclaim Kosci believes wild horses pose a direct threat to the ecosystem of Kosciusko National Park and the NSW government must do more.
Feeling lonely? You're not alone

Feeling lonely? You're not alone

Sydney NSW, Australia
Coalition to End Loneliness is out to raise the profile of loneliness and its prevalence.
Surviving meningococcal septicaemia: Ripu’s story

Surviving meningococcal septicaemia: Ripu’s story

Health Care
Sydney NSW, Australia
As a young journalism student, Ripu survived a deadly disease after a misdiagnosis.
The power of the mo: How Movember is saving men's lives

The power of the mo: How Movember is saving men's lives

Health Care
Melbourne VIC, Australia
November is the month of the mo.
Blockchain: A new era of trust?

Blockchain: A new era of trust?

Technology for Purpose
Sydney NSW, Australia
Discover the potential social benefits of some of the most innovative applications of blockchain technology.
 Michael Mohammed Ahmad talks Sweatshop, fiction, and “Leb” identity.

Michael Mohammed Ahmad talks Sweatshop, fiction, and “Leb” identity.

Identity, Minority Voices
Lakemba NSW 2195, Australia
Michael Mohammed Ahmad's Western Sydney literacy movement Sweatshop is reclaiming ownership of a narrative taken over by mainstream writers.
Living positively with HIV

Living positively with HIV

Health Care, Minority Voices
Sydney NSW, Australia
Ankali Project pairs volunteers with people living with HIV to improve their social and emotional wellbeing in the face of ongoing stigma.
Why the Criminal Justice System is Failing Incarcerated Women

Why the Criminal Justice System is Failing Incarcerated Women

Power & Policy
Women's Justice Network, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
With more women entering prison than ever before, reforming the criminal justice system needs to become a priority.