National Homeless Collective Trolleyman Fundraiser

Thank you to all of the heroes who've donated to our Trolleyman fundraiser. On November 9 2018 an incredible man named Michael Rogers from Melbourne, now known as ‘Trolleyman’, put his own life at risk to stop a terrorist who was on a rampage. Mr Rogers bravely shoved a shopping trolley at the terrorist in an attempt to assist police in his capture. We’ve since learned that our hero ‘Trolleyman’ homeless and that his phone was destroyed in the incident. We believe his efforts deserve a reward that can really help him out. We’re a registered charity, (National Homeless Collective) supporting people experiencing homelessness, and all funds donated to this campaign will go directly to Mr

MPavillion 'Beyond Diversity: Building Global Cities

Diversity has become a catchcry, a battle cry and an umbrella term for opportunity and access—but is it holding us back? Does the framing of diversity in conversations about our cities and institutions continue to keep minorities and the underprivileged at the margins? How can we move beyond a focus on otherness, and to where do we move? As political and economic forces create rapidly changing populations, engaging design to respond to these changes is not only essential but also urgent. From the ways we house and educate to how we socialise and celebrate heritage, there’s much to consider in building the global city. Interrogate the distinctions and possibilities of the global city with a l

Swinburne University Guest Lecture

It was fantastic to be invited to be a guest lecturer at Swinbrune University of Technology recently for a digital campaigning session. As an Alumni, Swinburne was the first place I got my taste for all things digital. We covered using socials for good, harnessing technology for campaigns as well as messaging across all platforms.

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