By Doris Prodanovic The recent Black Lives Matter movement in the US has sparked Australians to reflect on their own history of slavery, injustice and mistreatment of the Indigenous community. Tens of thousands of people...
Doris is a journalist based in Australia. She has a Master in Publishing, and enjoys concerts, breakfast catch-ups and obscure pop culture references mid-conversation.
We find ourselves in challenging times. And we don’t know what’s around the next bend in the river. We do know that this global pandemic is creating direct menace for river advocates, dam affected peoples and the rivers themselves.
The breakdown of the numerous stimulus packages introduced to support those most effected by the economic ripples of COVID-19, are all critical in being understood – so why has it taken Australia so long to get its messaging right