My explorations of true stories from across the globe.
For Concrete Playground: How are your new year’s resolutions going?
For BULL Magazine: When I was in high school, I remember once being told by a new teacher that she had to take a different approach to teaching us because we were an all boys class. She continued to explain that she had to treat our class more harshly than any class at an all girls high school, simply because we were another gender.
For ARMED: In recent days American singer Taylor Swift and music video director Joseph Kahn have come under fire for their representation of ‘Africa’ in Swift’s newest hit video ‘Wildest Dreams’.
For Honi Soit: There is absolutely no denying that television shows and films have begun to feature more diverse LGBTIQA+ characters in recent years.
For Honi Soit: Last month there was significant debate when Mackay Member of Parliament and Liberal Party politician George Christensen announced that he was to attend and speak at a Reclaim Australia rally in Queensland.
For the Sydney Environmental Institute: Eden Caceda describes what it’s like to represent Iran in a mock COP21 conference.
For the Sydney Environment Institute: Eden Caceda on Paris COP21 and how experimental negotiation methods can change how the United Nations discusses climate change.
For Aphra Magazine: On November 14th, I got a call from conservative columnist Tim Blair while at dinner with work colleagues.
For Hijacked: Foodies and lovers of Asian culture at the ready, for the time has come. It’s Chinese New Year and in between the dumplings, buns, lanterns, dancing dragons and firecrackers it’s going to be hard to escape the festivity that comes with the cultural celebration. And hey, no complaining here.