“Your story is your currency. It is as important as anyone else’s and needs to be heard. It is sacred and valuable and should be treated by you, and others, as such.”
Dr Shyuan Ngo is a Research Fellow at the University of Queensland and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, who is pioneering research into the causes and consequences of motor neuron disease (MND). Her work looks towards slowing down the effects of MND, and hopefully, one day, finding a cure for the condition.
Michelle Law is a Brisbane-based writer, screenwriter and journalist. Her work has been published in numerous magazines, journals and newspapers, including The Sydney Morning Herald, Frankie, and The Griffith Review.
Dr Katelyn Barney is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland in the area of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. She is an Office for Learning and Teaching National Teaching Fellow and is interested in Indigenous education, and collaborative research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who perform contemporary music.
Cassandra Heilbronn is passionate about gender equality and the legal profession. She is also interested in the ways in which the law can be an avenue for creating long-lasting, positive change in society.
In 2014, the United Nations released their World Drug Report, in which Australia was confirmed as being top of the class when it comes to knocking back good-time drug ecstasy. This doesn’t come as much of a surprise, given that the previous year’s statistics showed that 42% Australians have used an illegal drug at some point in their life.
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