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Queer festival Fambo celebrates all kinds of families
Minority Voices
107 Redfern St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
Fambo is a subversive celebration putting queer families and culture front and centre.
On My Feet: A unique approach to homelessness
On My Feet provides a hand up, not a hand out, by upskilling the people it seeks to support.
Perth WA, Australia
Minority Voices
Grandmothers Against the Detention of Refugee Children
A team of gutsy grandmas are speaking up for children trapped in both onshore and offshore Australian detention centres.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Migration & Displacement
The Facebook group delivering a hug in a box to struggling farmers
Doing it for our farmers is a people-powered Facebook group of over 13,000 members dedicated to supporting drought-affected local farmers.
Runnymede QLD 4615, Australia
Our Environment
Natasha's Remedy for Healing: Creativity, plants and Ayurveda
Natasha’s distance from the Singhalese parts of her identity created a sense of dislocation from her culture that only creativity remedies.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Crocheting Dissent
Naomi Hamer uses textiles to destabilise the contentious arena of the Australian Government’s treatment of refugees.
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Migration & Displacement
What inter-Korean peace means to Korean-Australians and South Koreans
After decades of being technically at war, how could the 2018 summit herald a new beginning for North and South Korea?
Sydney NSW, Australia
Minority Voices
'Me too.'
Tarana Burke and two words sparked a global movement, but how close are we really to eradicating sexual harassment in the workplace?
Sydney NSW, Australia
Minority Voices
 Michael Mohammed Ahmad talks Sweatshop, fiction, and “Leb” identity.
Michael Mohammed Ahmad's Western Sydney literacy movement Sweatshop is reclaiming ownership of a narrative taken over by mainstream writers.
Lakemba NSW 2195, Australia
Identity , Minority Voices
Rafeif Ismail captures the cross-cultural experience through fiction
This Greens Senate candidate and accomplished writer unpacks the complexities of her identity as an Australian of Sudanese descent.
Perth WA, Australia
Identity , Power & Policy
The Sydney Story Factory teaches marginalised youth the art of storytelling
The Sydney Story factory empowers marginalised young people to tell their own stories.
The Sydney Story Factory, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
Minority Voices
The V-word
As a self-identified vegan skeptical of moral absolutism, Gia examines the perks of the reducetarian movement.
Cronulla NSW 2230, Australia
She Speaks: Female spoken-word poets in the spotlight
Girls on Key provides an opportunity to showcase your poetry and artistic work in a safe space, raising funds for Writing Through Fences.
199 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037, Australia
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Salmon wrapped in...wool?
Woolcool uses waste wool to create 100% renewable packaging that outperforms polystyrene.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Our Environment
Living positively with HIV
Ankali Project pairs volunteers with people living with HIV to improve their social and emotional wellbeing in the face of ongoing stigma.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Health Care , Minority Voices
Using faith to find stillness and belonging in the Lebanese diaspora: A feature on Shireen Taweel
Shireen Taweel is a Lebanese-Australian artist inspired by cross-cultural interactions and her identity as a Muslim woman.
Parramatta Artists Studios, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
Head of the NSW Crime Unit Deb Wallace talks being a female detective
Deb Wallace talks about being the first female Superintendent of Gang Crime, taking on Alan Jones and her loyalty to the Parramatta Eels.
Parramatta Police Station, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
Food for (sustainable) thought
How can we change our everyday consumption habits to minimise food waste?
Wollongong NSW, Australia
Our Environment
Fred Hollows helps Rohingya refugees with cataract surgery
Of the near-700,000 Rohingya refugees, almost 50,000 are in need of cataract surgery.
Fred Hollows Foundation, Dunning Avenue, Rosebery NSW, Australia
Health Care
No short-term solution for domestic violence
Education needs to be at the forefront of a long-term solution to Australia's domestic violence epidemic.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Health Care , Power & Policy
The life and trials of a travelling poet
Rochelle D’Silva is a free-spirited travelling poet who explores her feelings of displacement through the written word.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Addressing social isolation with community yoga
Lovesweats addresses social isolation through free yoga classes for vulnerable populations.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Health Care
Power To The People:  Renewable energy and the councils doing it for themselves
The Cities Power Partnership (CPP) helps local councils set and reach their own targets for transitioning to renewable power.
Potts Point NSW 2011, Australia
Our Environment , Power & Policy
Read the Vibe: the fight to keep Newtown weird, safe and unapologetically queer
Meet the local organisations trying to keep the Newtown vibe alive.
Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
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Brewing eco-friendly mushrooms from leftover coffee beans
Life Cykel grows gourmet, eco-friendly mushrooms from waste coffee grounds.
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Our Environment

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