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Our mission is to inspire courage through connection and change through conversation. We believe every woman deserves to know her words matter. 

 
 
 
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AYAN SHIRWA

THERE’S ONLY ONE WAY TO BE A ‘SUCCESSFUL’ REFUGEE

Ayan Shirwa is a producer and presenter at 3CR Community Radio and a Somali woman who came to Australia as a refugee in 1992.

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NAYRAN TABIEI

IT’S FIGHTING WITH SHARKS.

Nayran Tabiei is a chef and cooking teacher, who was forced to flee Syria and leave behind her sons who were conscripted in the military.

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AKUOL GARANG

Where do i belong? am i here or am i there? 

Akuol Garang is studying her masters of human rights law. More than twenty years ago her parents fled Sudan and made the month long walk to Ethiopia. Akuol spent the first eleven years of her life in a refugee camp in Kenya.

 
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International Women’s Day Panel

In the wake of the big, exhausting year that was 2018, we're coming together to talk about mental health, self-care and burnout. What does it mean when you’re continually asked to 'be strong', achieve big things, and drive change? How can we honour the needs and limitations of ourselves and each other? What’s missing from the global self-care movement?

 
 

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"We have different stories to tell, but we're all equal storytellers."

— Tasneem Chopra, cross-cultural consultant, activist and author