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Fred Hollows helps Rohingya refugees with cataract surgery
23 May 2018
Of the near-700,000 Rohingya refugees, almost 50,000 are in need of cataract surgery.
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No short-term solution for domestic violence
16 May 2018
Education needs to be at the forefront of a long-term solution to Australia's domestic violence epidemic.
Addressing social isolation with community yoga
04 May 2018
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Lovesweats addresses social isolation through free yoga classes for vulnerable populations.
Court for Cannabis: The fight for a chronic cure
20 April 2018
Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia
For Steve Taylor, growing medical cannabis for his chronically ill daughter Morgan has resulted in a court battle.
GROW: A mental health initiative for Australia's refugees
08 February 2018
6 Albion St, Harris Park NSW, Australia
GROW is a community-based organisation that aims to help refugees recover from mental health issues.
A conversation with Orange Sky Laundry founders Nick Marchesi and Lucas Patchett
14 December 2017
Orange Sky Laundry, Dover Street, Albion QLD, Australia
Orange Sky Laundry is the first free mobile laundry service for the homeless.
It was a win, but at what cost?
08 December 2017
Prince Alfred Park, Chalmers Street, Surry Hills NSW, Australia
There is compelling evidence to suggest that the same-sex marriage survey was detrimental to the health of young LGBT+ Aussies.
 We're all going to die and it's going to be fine
01 December 2017
Sydney NSW, Australia
Stefan Hunt explains how the rather morbid realisation that we're all going to die can help us live our best life.
What would drug decriminalisation do to Australia?
16 November 2017
Sydney NSW, Australia
Wayne Forbes from Unharm explains the positive ramifications of drug decriminalisation and harm minimisation in Australia.
Using horse as healer with Equine Facilitated Learning
08 November 2017
Glenorie NSW, Australia
Our editor Alexandra interviews Equine Facilitated Learning Specialist Judy Brightman.
The Bumblefly Effect: The Hands Can't Hit What The Eyes Can't See
22 October 2017
Create or Die, Mitchell Street, Marrickville NSW, Australia
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.

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