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Reg Mombassa

Christopher O’Doherty, also know as Reg Mombassa is a New Zealand born Australian musician and artist. He is known for his membership in bands Mental as Anything, Dog Trumpet and The Pinks. He worked with Mambo Graphics designing t-shirts and posters since 1986 and exhibited paintings, drawings and prints at Watters Gallery from 1975 to […]

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Dominic Price

Born to Joy in the harsh Manchester Winter of 77, Dominic has a career that has reached far and wide through Europe, US and Asia PAC. Dom has responsibilities spanning 7 global R&D centres, and is the in house “Team Doctor” helping Atlassian scale by being ruthlessly efficient and effective, with one eye on the […]

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Angela Jay

Dr Angela Jay is the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Senior Registrar at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and is a passionate advocate for women’s safety and reproductive justice.  Born and raised in California by Aussie parents, she relocated to Australia as a teenager to finish high school on the NSW Central Coast. Angela graduated with […]

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Mahmood Fazal

From biker gangs to prison, Mahmood Fazal is an Afghan-Australian writer on a mission to amplify the voices society refuses to hear. After abandoning his role as the sergeant-at-arms of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, Mahmood devoted his life to bare-knuckle stories that challenge our views on crime, violence, imprisonment and radicalisation. From biker gangs to […]

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Albert Wiggan

Albert Wiggan is a Bardi-Kija-Nyul Nyul man from the beautiful waters of Boddergron (Cygnet Bay) on the Dampier Peninsula, who is passionate about culture, country and Indigenous science. When the government tried to build the world’s largest LNG plant at James Price Point, Albert lobbied the Supreme Court and fronted a blockade until the developer […]

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Behrouz Boochani

Behrouz Boochani is a Kurdish journalist, writer, poet and filmmaker. He has been held in Manus Island detention centre since 2013. During his time in detention he has published regularly with The Guardian, and his writing also features in The Saturday Paper, Huffington Post, New Matilda, The Financial Times and The Sydney Morning Heraldcoveringthe plight […]

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Bridget Loudon

Bridget is a passionate leader on a mission to create simple technology products that change our working lives for the better.   Bridget grew up on a sheep farm in Ireland. She excelled academically, with her university scholarships and entrepreneurial spirit taking her to live and work in France, Hong Kong, Ireland, and most recently […]

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Craig Costello

Craig Costello is a researcher in cryptography at Microsoft in the USA. He works on cryptographic applications of computational number theory and computational algebraic geometry. In recent years Craig has focussed on using elliptic curves and lattices to achieve fast and secure post-quantum cryptographic systems. Craig graduated with a PhD from the Queensland University of […]

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David Wenham

David Wenham has received critical acclaim for his diverse performances in film, theatre and television. He is one of Australia’s most respected actors. David’s film credits include LION, LORD OF THE RINGS, GETTIN’ SQUARE, ORANGES AND SUNSHINE, MOULIN ROUGE, AUSTRALIA, 300, GOLDSTONE, THE BANK, MOLOKAI, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, PETER RABBIT and most recently DIRT MUSIC. His recent television credits include Jane Campion’s TOP […]

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Eddie Jaku

Eddie Jaku OAM, born Abraham Jakubowicz in Germany in 1920. His family considered themselves German, first, Jewish second. On 9 November 1938, the night immortalised as Kristallnacht, Eddie returned home from boarding school to an empty house. At dawn Nazi soldiers burst in, Eddie was beaten and taken to Buchenwald. Eddie was released and with […]

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