Caitlin Morahan
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Caitlin Morahan

Caitlin Morahan is a writer based in Sydney.

An avid traveller and ardent journalist, Caitlin has travelled to more than 70 countries spanning 6 continents researching social development. She's a hard advocate for inclusion and women's rights around the world, especially in her own backyard.

When she isn't writing or travelling, she's taking her chubby border collie for walks or drinking  wine and watching blooper reels on YouTube.

Stories

Boys don't cry: Talking mental health in the barbershop

Boys don't cry: Talking mental health in the barbershop

Health Care
Sydney NSW, Australia
Might & Mane encourages men to check in with their mental health as often as they get their hair cut.
Mental health in professional women's sport deserves a seat at the podium

Mental health in professional women's sport deserves a seat at the podium

Health Care
Melbourne VIC, Australia
For elite female athletes like Jilaroos captain Sam Bremner, mental health is equally important as physical health.
'Me too.'

'Me too.'

Minority Voices
Sydney NSW, Australia
Tarana Burke and two words sparked a global movement, but how close are we really to eradicating sexual harassment in the workplace?
Head of the NSW Crime Unit Deb Wallace talks being a female detective

Head of the NSW Crime Unit Deb Wallace talks being a female detective

Iconoclasts
Parramatta Police Station, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
Deb Wallace talks about being the first female Superintendent of Gang Crime, taking on Alan Jones and her loyalty to the Parramatta Eels.
A conversation with Orange Sky Laundry founders Nick Marchesi and Lucas Patchett

A conversation with Orange Sky Laundry founders Nick Marchesi and Lucas Patchett

Orange Sky Laundry, Albion QLD 4010, Australia
Orange Sky Laundry is the first free mobile laundry service for the homeless.
Online vs. Campus: Which degree is getting us further in the career ladder?

Online vs. Campus: Which degree is getting us further in the career ladder?

Power & Policy
Sydney NSW, Australia
"With the onslaught of 'open' institutions and online accreditations, is it worth physically attending university? What would we be missing out on?" Caitlin Morahan investigates.
For Women, By Men: Why we still need abortion law reform in NSW

For Women, By Men: Why we still need abortion law reform in NSW

Health Care, Power & Policy
New South Wales, Australia
“It felt selfish because we are made to believe it is selfish. It made me so angry – a man politicising something they will never have to endure themselves.” Women share their lived experience of exercising their right to choose, despite abortion still being in NSW's criminal code.
Hands Up or Hands Out?

Hands Up or Hands Out?

All Topics
Australia
Are there actually benefits of Westerners volunteering in developing countries, or are they just damaging to the local community?