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Australia’s first Muslim Writers Festival hopes to remove divide between self-published and traditional authors

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Sanam Mustafa and Dr Krati Garg

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A Reflection for a Happy Father’s Day

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Devanshi Seth and Dr Onisha Patel

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The price of concealment – South Asians on navigating our way to mental wellness

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Muneera Bano and Dr Nisha Khot

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Asha Rao and Dr Astha Singh

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Seeing COVID Hurtle from a Distance

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The two versions of fairness: one for Australian-Indians and one for everyone else

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Better returns and lower investment – the reality of Australian women-led startups

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There’s another side-effect of COVID: survivor’s guilt

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Meeting Bonnie: a personal perspective about migrant life on Aboriginal land

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The Super Sikhs in their Race to Representation

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SAARI Newsletter August 2021

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IFFM 2021: six festival gems to beat the lockdown blues

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Australia’s first Muslim Writers Festival hopes to remove divide between self-published and traditional authors

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Sanam Mustafa and Dr Krati Garg

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A Reflection for a Happy Father’s Day

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Devanshi Seth and Dr Onisha Patel

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The price of concealment – South Asians on navigating our way to mental wellness

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Muneera Bano and Dr Nisha Khot

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Asha Rao and Dr Astha Singh

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Seeing COVID Hurtle from a Distance

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The two versions of fairness: one for Australian-Indians and one for everyone else

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Better returns and lower investment – the reality of Australian women-led startups

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SocialTable: Dishing Up Connection

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There’s another side-effect of COVID: survivor’s guilt

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Meeting Bonnie: a personal perspective about migrant life on Aboriginal land

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The Super Sikhs in their Race to Representation

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So you need mental health support? Here’s what to consider

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SAARI Newsletter August 2021

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Australia’s first Muslim Writers Festival hopes to remove divide between self-published and traditional authors

The online festival will feature author/academic Dr Randa Abdel-Fattah, writer/journalist Waleed Aly and others, to “represent Muslim voices in Australia.”

IFFM 2021: six festival gems to beat the lockdown blues

IFFM 2021 has something for everyone. From heart-warming documentaries, unapologetic shorts and classic gems from mainstream Indian cinema, there are plenty of flicks that will entertain, influence and crush that lockdown monotony.

In Conversation: Vinny Lunar and his hot new Telugu inspired R&B track Prema

Prema is an ode to love and heritage

Netflix’s The Baby-Sitters Club reboot is the wholesome nostalgia we need right now

Vyshnavee Wijekumar reviews the latest onscreen version of the beloved 90's book series.

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Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM – In Conversations with Dr Sanam Mustafa and Dr Krati Garg

We conclude our Powerhouse South Asian Women in STEM series by sharing the journeys of Dr Sanam Mustafa and Dr Krati Garg. Join us as we celebrate their resilience and unpack their stories – packed with humble beginnings, challenges, explorations of cultural identity, learning and unlearning, small and big wins and the unceasing desire to grow.

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From a Farmers Movement to a Human Rights Movement

How Indian Australian youth are harnessing the power of social media and activism to shed light on the attack on democracy by the Indian Government, with respect to the Farmers’ Protests.

So you need mental health support? Here’s what to consider

Loneliness lessons and COVID-19

Sexually harassed by your own landlord at home

Meet Tanya, a girl who arrived in Melbourne with a dream to finish her degree and settle in Australia. Instead,  she found a nightmare, with her own landlord making illegal advances towards her.

Poem: Open your mouth

Check out Numa Sarker's poem reflecting on the Black Lives Matter movement.

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From exam failure to finding purpose, a climate change advocate’s journey

Sahil Garg went from engineering to hitting a wall to going off the beaten path and finding his calling advocating for better responses to climate change.

SocialTable: Dishing Up Connection

South Asian Australian entrepreneur Ben Stokes wants to turn strangers into friends one meal at a time.

Better returns and lower investment – the reality of Australian women-led startups

In Australia’s tech start-up scene the level of investment in women-led start-ups remains staggeringly low. Tackling gender and cultural disparity in this male-dominated industry will require veridical changes within the industry and local communities.

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Straight from the heart: Niharika’s story
Mental health advocate Niharika reflects deeply on breaking and rebuilding her sense of self.
Mum’s the word

Blogger Ayesha Gafar writes about the realities of becoming a mother for the first time.

Unlearning our Bad Bachchans
One dad's take on being a better South Asian Australian father.
Raising two cultures under the same roof
How have South Asian parents in Australia navigated the dual-cultural identity of their children?