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Norfolk Island's fight for democracy
Power & Policy
In 2015, the federal government revoked its legislative council, stripping Norfolk island of any pretence of self-determination.
All We Can't See: Humanising the untold stories of Nauru
A rousing Australian-first exhibition that gives the public a glimpse of life at Australia's elusive offshore detention centre on Nauru.
Yellow House Sydney, Potts Point NSW 2011, Australia
Migration & Displacement
Religious leaders unite to fight climate change
The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) is a multi-faith network committed to action against climate change.
264 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Our Environment , Power & Policy
 5 young people on why Australia needs to do better
26 January has arrived. We interviewed five young Australians on the kinds of conversations they think we should be having today.
Minority Voices
Australia, still so white
Media personality Yassmin Abdel-Magied and co-founder of Media Diversity Australia Antoniette Latouff on why media representation matters.
Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Minority Voices
Is the plastic-free initiative a sustainable move for Wollongong?
The Boomerang Alliance's 'Plastic Free' initiative is taking on single-use plastics, one 'no' at a time.
99 Devonshire St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Our Environment
Unbroken: An interview with Women's March Sydney Co-Founder Mindy Freiband
The QUO talks intersectional feminism, grassroots organising and herstory with Women's March Sydney co-founder Mindy Freiband.
Belmore Park, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
Minority Voices
Changing the space of gender inequality
Sexual harassment towards female-identifying people has been at the forefront of media debate in recent months.
Monash University, Clayton VIC 3800, Australia
Minority Voices
Benita de Wit's Manus Island Project
Director Benita de Wit of Manus Island Project is filming one person for every man detained at Manus Island.
The Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Migration & Displacement
For some refugees, art can make all the difference
Refugee artists challenge the dominant narratives that depict them in a negative and dehumanising light.
Central Station, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
Migration & Displacement
Justice, but not as we know it
Why not extend our love of Scandinavian minimalism to the minimal prison, the minimal curtailing of rights?
Women's Justice Network, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Power & Policy
Passion and Procession
Passion and Procession features ten Filipino-Australian contemporary artists.
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Holiday gifts that actually give
Here are some helpful tips to include some charity in your gift-giving.
All Topics
What is sexual racism?
SBS's Date My Race presenter Santilla Chingaipe and academic Senthorun Raj spell out exactly what sexual racism is.
Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
Minority Voices
Sex workers face financial discrimination
Sex workers face stigma and discrimination on multiple levels, and one of the most insidious incarnations is financial discrimination.
Scarlet Alliance, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
Minority Voices
Nolites te bastardes carborundorum
How can we most effectively increase the representation of women on and behind the screen?
Sydney NSW, Australia
Minority Voices
Blak Markets fight against the fake Aboriginal art trade
The proliferation of fake Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art is not just theft, it's cultural theft.
Barangaroo NSW 2000, Australia
First Nations
A conversation with Orange Sky Laundry founders Nick Marchesi and Lucas Patchett
Orange Sky Laundry is the first free mobile laundry service for the homeless.
Orange Sky Laundry, Albion QLD 4010, Australia
Charity work goes intergalactic with Star Wars
The Southern Cross Garrison is a legion of over 500 suiting up as Stormtroopers and Jedi to fly the Star Wars flag for charity.
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It was a win, but at what cost?
There is compelling evidence to suggest that the same-sex marriage survey was detrimental to the health of young LGBT+ Aussies.
Prince Alfred Park, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
 We're all going to die and it's going to be fine
Stefan Hunt explains how the rather morbid realisation that we're all going to die can help us live our best life.
COMMUNE Waterloo, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
Community gardening as therapy with Street Growth
Street Growth improves the lives of homeless and disadvantaged people through horticultural therapy.
Street Growth, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia
Indigenous disadvantage hits home
Indigenous homelessness is a conversation we need to be having more often.
Belmore Park, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
First Nations
Why representation in the #MeToo movement matters
It is critical that this now popular movement does not lose sight of its initial aim.
Dulwich Hill NSW 2203, Australia
Minority Voices
Meet NASHO: The ferocious, ultra-political punk band from Sydney's west
NASHO is a multicultural Aussie punk band from Western Sydney using their lyrics to confront social injustice.
Blacktown NSW 2148, Australia
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