Missing Perspectives

Continuation of colonisation: Reflecting on January 26

Opinion, Published January 25, 2023
Cassandra Ashcroft

My childhood ended. It remained there, in Kremenchuk.

Opinion, Published December 15, 2022
I am 13 years old now. I was born and raised in Ukraine. My year 2022 began very joyfully and creatively. In the New...

The roar of Iranian women: An Iranian refugee's account of oppression and protest

Opinion, Published October 18, 2022
Throughout my short life, I have seen women begging for their lives and freedom. Freedom is something that a lot of...

I'm a female soccer player who fled the Taliban. Here's my story.

Opinion, Published October 18, 2022
Supported by MECCA M-POWER.

Women, life, freedom: the perspective of a young Iranian woman

Opinion, Published October 7, 2022
Supported by MECCA M-POWER.

Hania Imran on the devastating floods in Pakistan

News, Published September 14, 2022
Hania Imran is an 18 year old climate activist and Founder of Youth Climate Activists Pakistan. She is also a Global Youth Leadership Council member of Earth Uprising International.

Cassandra Ashcroft on connection to culture for Aboriginal people as a path to healing

Opinion, Published July 20, 2022
Cassandra Ashcroft is a frontline worker at Wayside Chapel, a Sydney community-based organisation that has been providing unconditional love, care and support for people experiencing homelessness in Sydney since 1964. Its Aboriginal Cultural Centre provides counselling, advocacy, referrals and other forms of support, as well as cultural activities and ‘mob lunches’. Donate to Wayside’s Winter Appeal today.

Shoi Sengupta on being removed from Australian Parliament by police

Opinion, Published July 13, 2022
Shoi Sengupta is a climate activist and member of the Tomorrow Movement. She was part of the protests this week at Parliament House in Australia.

Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women's Voices): A vision for First Nations gender justice and equality in Australia

News, Published July 12, 2022
What is the Wiyi Yani U Thangani Project? Wiyi Yani U Thangani—meaning women’s voices in Bunuba language—is a...

What Australia Doesn’t Know: My Lived Experience Living on Nauru as a Child Refugee

Opinion, Published July 11, 2022
The following opinion piece is based on real documentation of events. To protect our writer's name and identity, the piece is published anonymously. TW: Discussions of suicide and violence

Missing Perspectives in Australian Television: Hannah chats to Narelda, Melissa and Susan

Opinion, Published July 4, 2022
Our Editor-in-Chief Hannah Diviney sat down with Narelda Jacobs, Susan Carland and Melissa Leong to talk about their new show Dinner Guest. On Dinner Guest, Narelda, Susan and Melissa discuss society, culture, politics, work, families, beliefs - everything that makes us human.

Less rights than our mothers and grandmothers: the implications of overturning Roe v Wade

Opinion, Published June 26, 2022
By Phoebe Saintilan and Hannah Diviney
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