Lucy Small: Equal Pay for Equal Waves

Lucy Small is an Australian surfer based in Sydney. Sign her petition here.



Anjali Sharma on the Australian government’s moral duty to protect young people

Anjali Sharma is an Australian climate activist, who at the age of 16, was the lead litigant in a class action in the Australian Federal Court, against the Federal government, and in particular, the then Minister for the Environment, Sussan Ley, for failing to consider the impacts of climate change.



Two years on from the Beirut explosion: Sarah Copland on her fight for justice

Sarah Copland is a United Nations staffer, former Beirut resident and Isaac Oehlers' mother. Sarah sat down with our Editor-in-Chief Hannah Diviney to discuss the explosion, the aftermath and her fight for justice for Isaac.



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

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

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

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

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



While young women are strong advocates for change, young men are lagging behind

An alarming new survey, gathering data from twenty nations and published by the UN Women’s Unstereotype Alliance has found that antiquated views of gender have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic – and that young men are the ones who are lagging behind.



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

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.