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Two men hug in a field. One is wearing a black shirt and has a beard and dark hair; the other man is embracing his head and neck from the side and is wearing a white shirt.

‘A really big wake up call’: documenting the experiences of LGBTQIA+ refugees

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 29th March 2023 -  The report has shed light on what forcibly displaced LGBTQIA+ people experience in Australia, and what can be done to improve their experience.
Wooden block in shape of person with a small block carved out symbolising a miscarriage.

Breaking the silence of miscarriage

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Wednesday, 29th March 2023 -  Isabelle Oderberg’s debut title unapologetically addresses the stigma surrounding pregnancy loss and presents a case for much-needed change.
A beach scene, with huts along the sand. In the foregound is a wheelchair, facing out towards the water. There are people on the sand in the distance.

More than just mats: opening the beach to people with disability

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 27th March 2023 -  A charity is making miracles with its partnership approach to accessible surf and sand.
Two people passing a small black paper heart between them. We only see their hands and arms.

Moving towards cultural safety for Aboriginal children with disability

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 27th March 2023 -  The I Am, Movement puts Indigenous knowledge and experience at its centre.
A white cup, perhaps an old coffee cup, lying on a pale surface. There are some gold coins inside. It looks like it may have been used by a person experiencing homelessness to collect money.

How much would it cost to end homelessness? We’ve got the answer.

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 22nd March 2023 -  We’ve found the experts who’ve crunched the numbers, and yes, it is possible for Australia to eliminate homelessness — and it will cost less than you think.
A black and white clapperboard, used in the screen industry. It is being held by a person who is able to clap it.

Disabled workers face systemic barriers at work: report

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 22nd March 2023 -  From unstable work to lower pay and even physical violence, disabled workers in the Australian screen industry face barriers to participation and inclusion.


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‘It can be done. It must be done’: IPCC delivers definitive report on climate change, and where to now

Contributor, Tuesday, 21st March 2023 -  Two of Australia’s leading climate experts, Frank Jotzo and Mark Howden, take you step-by-step through the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Synthesis Report.
A boat filled with people, crossing open water. The implication is the boat is a boat filled with asylum seekers and refugees.

“You have no rights”: the refugees left behind

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 20th March 2023 -  Pro Bono News speaks to a refugee with nowhere to go after the government’s announcement of permanent visas for some visa holders.
Group of wooden people leaving out one.

Social enterprise sector failing Indigenous businesses

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Monday, 20th March 2023 -  A new report urges social enterprises to better support and value First Nations businesses, laying out practical recommendations for change.
Woman smiling while working in a warehouse.

Social enterprise designed by survivors proves its mettle

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Wednesday, 15th March 2023 -  A social enterprise and charity co-designed with survivors of domestic and family violence has a perfect track record for stopping women returning to abuse or homelessness.
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