Category Archives: feminism

“I believe in people power” – Introducing Amelia Telford

I first knew I had to meet Amelia Telford when I walked into a tea shop in the northern rivers of NSW last year during a holiday with my husband. I was soon chatting with the shop owner about the … Continue reading

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Fear and Loathing in Australian Politics

You may have missed it if you are outside of Sydney, but local station 2UE took radio to new lows with a sketch last week. It pertained to be a recording of the Australian Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young having an … Continue reading

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Women Climate Campaigners: 7 Tips for Rocking Our Male-Dominated Profession

I was astonished recently by Zero Emission’s recent forum in Sydney. It was a high profile, well-organized and fantastic forum that packed out Sydney Town Hall. Yet every single speaker was male. 5 male speakers and 1 male MC. How … Continue reading

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