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Charity work goes intergalactic with Star Wars
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The Southern Cross Garrison is a legion of over 500 suiting up as Stormtroopers and Jedi to fly the Star Wars flag for charity.
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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100 Pictures, 100 Stories: The unanticipated joy of embracing creativity
Artist and producer Deb Morgan and photographer Chrissie Hall celebrate the simple joy of creativity in 100 Pictures, 100 Stories.
Create or Die, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
TJ's story on Transgender Day of Remembrance
In honour of Transgender Day of Remembrance, we are sharing TJ’s powerful story.
Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
The pay gap bowl-out in women's sports
The women's Ashes series is under way and Australia is performing strongly, but why is our women's team still paid 400% less than men's?
Minority Voices
What would drug decriminalisation do to Australia?
Wayne Forbes from Unharm explains the positive ramifications of drug decriminalisation and harm minimisation in Australia.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Health Care , Power & Policy
Homelessness and digital inclusion
As a rough sleeper, a mobile phone is not a luxury.
Launch Housing Collingwood, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
Deciding To Make A Difference
Deciding To Make A Difference are tackling the problem of plastic pollution and the rural housing shortage.
Jilkminggan NT 0852, Australia
Our Environment
Using horse as healer with Equine Facilitated Learning
Our editor Alexandra interviews Equine Facilitated Learning Specialist Judy Brightman.
Glenorie NSW 2157, Australia
Health Care
What would Fred Nile's gay-only nation state look like?
Seb examines the potential perks of an LGBT+ nation-state, a place where marriage equality would never be up for debate.
Power & Policy
Why object to gender neutral bathrooms when we already have them at home?
Keegan explores how the gender neutral bathroom debate impacts upon non-binary and gender queer people.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Health Cheque or Reality Check?
Private health insurance or DIY health insurance? Sharon unpacks US health cost sharing communities and whether they're a viable option in Australia.
Health Care
The Bumblefly Effect: The Hands Can't Hit What The Eyes Can't See
In college, Caitie Gutierrez had a vivid dream about bees that inspired her to remain open to life's risks despite the possibility of being stung. Now the curator of The Bumblefly Effect, an intersectional and global community of creatives committed to breaking the stigma around mental illness, she's taking small steps to create big change.
Create or Die, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Health Care
Two food-related social enterprises supporting refugees and LGBTQI+ rights
Keen to support refugees and LGBTQI+ rights while indulging in a foodie's night out? Look no further than Brisbane's Mu'ooz and Rainbow Beer.
Brisbane QLD, Australia
Minority Voices
Humanising Homelessness with Sydney's Safe Space Kitchen
Lanz Priestley lets us into the overlooked world of his Safe Space Kitchen in Martin Place.
Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Minority Voices
Embracing death as a part of life: Palliative care volunteering
"We're not there to play God or anything, but what we can do is offer some help." Glen and David explain what it's like to be palliative care volunteers.
Nepean Hospital, Kingswood NSW 2747, Australia
Health Care
Brunch for good with Gratia
Located in Sydney's Surry Hills, Gratia is a cafe and social enterprise donating 100% of their profits to charity.
Folonomo, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
All Topics
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Kelly Wong
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Kelly Wong, an online producer at Australia's Science Channel, talks all things science communication in plain English.
Brisbane QLD, Australia
Micah White on the end of protests
We spoke to Micah White, one of the founders of Occupy Wall Street, about his take on contemporary activism.
Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Compassion in the Calais Jungle: The QUO talks to Kirstin Shirling
Kirstin Shirling is a creative engagement producer who volunteered with Good Chance Theatre in the Calais Jungle to help create a safe space for self-expression for refugees.
Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Migration & Displacement

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