Make popular what needs to be said

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Roselina Press
14 August 2017
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"A good story about human rights won't always say what is popular", says Roselina Press. "But it should make popular what needs to be said"

Roselina Press is the editor-in-chief of Right Now, an Australian human rights media organisation. She is a writer, editor and communications specialist, and currently works at Oxfam Australia. She has a Master of International Relations and has written for Reuters, The Guardian and the United Nations Department of Public Information.

Roselina will be running a workshop on Storytelling for Social Change in August 2017.

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