Global Voices Launches News Blog!

Coinciding with the recent refresh of the website we are proud to announce the launch of the Global Voices News blog!

From our archives: The Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP (Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Small Business) with out Semester One 2015 delegates after a meeting in Canberra. 

From our archives: The Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP (Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Small Business) with out Semester One 2015 delegates after a meeting in Canberra. 

Our delegates' author and publish high quality research and analysis as part of the Global Voices Research Fellowship. The Fellowship is an integral part of the Global Voices program with every delegate participating and producing a research paper for publication. Over the course of 2016 we will be uploading and featuring past research, opinion pieces, profiles and editorial from our delegates and alumni. 

We will also share relevant news about the organisation, as well as our newsletter archives. We are so excited for the coming months and the opportunity to share our delegates' wonderful work and achievements. 

Team GV! 

 

Lydia O'Meara: New Internationalist Contributor

Lydia O'Meara attended the OECD Forum in 2015. As a Global Voices delegate Lydia contributed to the New Internationalist blog.

Click here to read Lydia's story 'Nutrition is Key: Eating our way to Indigenous health equality',

Or copy the following URL into your browser http://bit.ly/lydiaomeara-newinternat

Lydia is studying a Bachelor of Medical Sciences at Central Queensland University specialising in nutrition. She works in the Emergency Department at Cairns Base Hospital and is passionate about developing culturally competent, evidence -based and affordable governmental policies to provide equal opportunities for rural and remote indigenous health populations to access and utilise affordable fresh fruit and vegetables. 

Global Voices would like to thank Central Queensland University for supporting Lydia's place to the OECD Forum. To find our more about our Partnerships program visit globalvoices.org.au/partners

UN ECOSOC Delegate: Contributor at Inspired Economist

2015 UN ECOSOC delegate Madeline Greer has authored a piece for the Inspired Economist. 

Check out the story here or by the copying the following URL in your browser http://bit.ly/MadelineGreerInspired

Madeline Greer attended the UN ECOSOC High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in July of 2015. Madeline is studying Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts. Madeline has had extensive professional experience in corporate sustainability principles, such as the UN Global Compact, at Westpac and Stockland, among other places.  

Global Voices would like to thank The University of Sydney for supporting Madeline's place to the UN ECOSOC Forum. Read more about our Partnerships program at globalvoices.org.au/partners