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    David Rosen

    • David Rosen
    • 29 November 2007

    David Rosen is an author and commentator based in New York City.

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    Alexandra Coghlan

    • Alexandra Coghlan
    • 29 November 2007

    Alexandra Coghlan graduated from Oxford University in 2006 with BAs in English Literature and Music, and completed an MPhil in Criticism and Culture at Trinity College, Cambridge. She currently lives in Sydney, where she works as a teacher and freelance journalist prior to returning to Oxford for a DPhil in October 2008.

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    Abe Ata

    • Abe Ata
    • 29 November 2007

    Professor Abe W. Ata was a temporary delegate to the UN in 1970 and has lived and worked in the Middle East, America and Australia. Dr Ata is a ninth-generation Christian Palestinian academic born in Bethlehem, and currently works at the Australian Catholic University.

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    Rocky Wood

    • Rocky Wood
    • 27 November 2007

    Rocky Wood is a Melbourne-based freelance writer. His new book is Stephen King: The Non-Fiction.

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    Luke Fraser

    • Luke Fraser
    • 14 November 2007

    Luke Fraser is an industry executive with an interest in sound public policy who has worked as a chief of staff in a previous Federal Government. He lives and works in Canberra.

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    Vacy Vlazna

    • Vacy Vlazna
    • 14 November 2007

    Dr Vacy Vlazna is the coordinator of Justice for Palestine Matters. She was convenor of Australia East Timor Association and East Timor Justice Lobby and served in East Timor with UNAMET and UNTAET.

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    Malcolm King

    • Malcolm King
    • 08 November 2007

    Malcolm King is an Adelaide writer. He runs an educational PR business and teaches Sudanese children literacy and numeracy. He was the former head of the RMIT creative writing programs.

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    Peter Hodge

    • Peter Hodge
    • 01 November 2007

    Peter Hodge works as a teacher and freelance journalist. He is the author of Volunteer Work Overseas for Australians and New Zealanders.

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    Patrick Barrow

    • Patrick Barrow
    • 01 November 2007

    Patrick Barrow teaches English overseas and has worked as a tour guide in Europe. He has travelled extensively in China, Poland, Thailand and Germany, and currently resides in Russia, in the Ural mountains on the western edge of Siberia.  

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    Val Yule

    • Val Yule
    • 28 October 2007

    Val Yule is a writer on social issues and researcher on imagination and literacy. In the 1970s she was schools psychologist for disadvantaged Catholic schools with the Commonwealth Disadvantaged Schools Program.

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    Braham Dabscheck

    • Braham Dabscheck
    • 28 October 2007

    Braham Dabscheck taught industrial relations at the University of New South Wales for 33 years. He has acted as a consultant or advisory board member to various player and sports associations in Australia, and has written extensively on the economic and legal aspects of sports.

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    Carol Ransley

    • Carol Ransley
    • 18 October 2007

    Carol Ransley is a human rights advocate who has monitored the situation in Burma for 15 years.

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