Participation

SRC President’s Report: Participation

By Manu Risoldi Hey UNSW! Welcome back to Term 2! It’s been so wonderful to see so many students getting involved with Arc’s online initiatives, and continuing to check in with the SRC Collectives! I wanted to take this time to first reflect on the various kinds of major activism …

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Editorial Addresses: Participation

Jayden Kitchener-Waters, SRC Indigenous Officer Yaama Ganuu Ngaya Jayden Kitchener-Waters. Ngaya Gomeroi Mari Ngemba, wallabanay dhawan Tamworth.  The past few months have been extremely emotional, challenging and often tiring for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The groundswell of support that we’ve seen across this nation from our non-Indigenous brothers …

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Don’t Forget Us

Illustrated by CJ Tulong + + A cat-loving postgraduate student in Communications and Journalism. CJ goes by she/they pronouns and her main interests are under the 4Ps: Politics, Pastries, Puns, and Post colonialism. When she is not writing, you can f ind her illustrations showcased in her Instagram account @sleeplesspiecesart.

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Skin Colour Is Not Reasonable Suspicion

Illustrated by Damla Dropleta Hatipoglu + + Damla is a second year industrial design student at UNSW. She is interested in sustainable living and artistic activism. In the future, she’s planning on making products that help create social and environmental change. You can follow her creative journey on Instagram @dh.creations

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Bigger Democracy is Better – The Case for Kids

By Chris Shaw Modern democracy is built on universal suffrage. The word democracy translates as “the strength of the people” (Greek: demos – “people,” kratos – “strength”). But what it means for suffrage to be universal has changed significantly over time. Universal suffrage, as it was then known, swept across …

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Jacinda Ardern Isn’t Who You Think She Is

By Abhranil Hazra New Zealand is seen as a political paradise in comparison to Australia and the Western world, with its prime minister showered with accolades for her leadership and for being a young, female, progressive alternative. The truth couldn’t be more different. Jacinda Ardern’s government has continued in more …

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