Tahmina R. and Irisa R. At some point in their lives, three quarters of the world will inevitably go through a traumatic event. Which...

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The way we talk about conflict, wars, violence and other atrocities uses language that attempts to be objective.

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The Emptiness of Self-Help

Self-development books offer a means of coping with the instability of the world by giving back an element of control to the individual.

How Islam’s Concept of Fasting Is An Antidote to My Self

How Islam’s Concept of Fasting Is An Antidote to My Self

Living in a space where remembrance of God is not widely accepted or prioritised has deeply injured the way I practice Islam.

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Changing the Game: Aid with Dignity

Changing the Game: Aid with Dignity

A closer look at a grassroots organisation and how they are doing their part for the Global Refugee Crisis.

Why Kashmir?

Why Kashmir?

With the current news cycle fixating on the roles of India and Pakistan in the ‘fight for Kashmir,’ the Kashmiri voice is being silenced.

How to Turn Slacktivism into True Activism

How to Turn Slacktivism into True Activism

What it is and how to avoid it.

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome

In this piece we combine interviews with research to bring you a comprehensive breakdown of imposter syndrome.

Voluntourism: the (Not So) Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Voluntourism: the (Not So) Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Our two writers merge their experiences with voluntourism to dive into the effects of the industry and a quick checklist on how to avoid it.

Australia Has A Brown History

Australia Has A Brown History

Inspired by the book Australianama, writer Lamisa learns to read history through the lens of colonised peoples.

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A collection of stories and insights from our writer, who visited Afghanistan with an Australian not-for-profit two years ago.

We Saw Jerusalem

We Saw Jerusalem

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An Ungrateful Silence

An Ungrateful Silence

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Imposter Syndrome

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In this piece we combine interviews with research to bring you a comprehensive breakdown of imposter syndrome.

Why We Need to Represent Ourselves in Politics

Why We Need to Represent Ourselves in Politics

Why does representation matter and what does it even mean to be represented?

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Do You Like My Body?

What does it mean to perform beauty? An introspective look into the way beauty has been constructed and how our bodies exist in this world.

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How To Take A Break From Your Productivity Mindset

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"I'm Not Racist" - But Are You A Colourist?

"I'm Not Racist" - But Are You A Colourist?

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Decolonising My Mind

Decolonising My Mind

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An Artist's Journey Through Central & South Asia

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Announcing our first collaboration! Photographer Fatimah Hossaini takes us on a visual journey through central and south Asia.