Über Madeleine Keck

Maddie is Global Citizen Australia's Digital Campaigner based in Melbourne. She has a passion for human rights with a particular focus on refugee and asylum seeker issues. Maddie has completed a Bachelor of Journalism with a major in human rights from Monash University, Melbourne. She is a massive movie buff and you will often catch her reading a classical book or two in her spare time.

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  1. Artikel: Victoria To Ban Logging of Native Forests Under Groundbreaking New Policy

    Victoria To Ban Logging of Native Forests Under Groundbreaking New Policy

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|11. November 2019

    By 2030, Victoria’s protected native forests will be larger than the size of Tasmania. Mehr Lesen

  2. Artikel: An Indigenous Ranger Just Won the Australian Geographic’s Conservationist of the Year Award

    An Indigenous Ranger Just Won the Australian Geographic’s Conservationist of the Year Award

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|10. November 2019

    Albert Wiggan has worked to limit large-scale gas hubs in outback Australia. Mehr Lesen

  3. Artikel: Australia's Women's Team Earns Soccer’s First Equal Pay Deal in the World

    Australia's Women's Team Earns Soccer’s First Equal Pay Deal in the World

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|8. November 2019

    The Australian women’s team is ranked eighth in the world, while the men’s team is 44th. Mehr Lesen

  4. Artikel: Australia Just Committed $90 Million to Help ‘Close the Gap’ For Indigenous Australians

    Australia Just Committed $90 Million to Help ‘Close the Gap’ For Indigenous Australians

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|8. November 2019

    The life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians is at least 10 years. Mehr Lesen

  5. Artikel: The First Rain in Months for Drought-Ravaged NSW Brings Mass Celebrations

    The First Rain in Months for Drought-Ravaged NSW Brings Mass Celebrations

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|5. November 2019

    Thirty-three percent of New South Wales is in ‘intense’ drought. Mehr Lesen

  6. Artikel: Kmart Australia Launches Inclusive Same-Sex Family Doll Sets

    Kmart Australia Launches Inclusive Same-Sex Family Doll Sets

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|4. November 2019

    Representation is a critical component of reducing bigotry and stigma. Mehr Lesen

  7. Artikel: Victoria Has Officially Imposed Its State-Wide Plastic Bag Ban

    Victoria Has Officially Imposed Its State-Wide Plastic Bag Ban

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|4. November 2019

    The ban is expected to help protect the environment by reducing plastic pollution. Mehr Lesen

  8. Artikel: Global Screenings of 'ACTIVATE: The Global Citizen Movement' Highlight the Fight to End Extreme Poverty

    Global Screenings of 'ACTIVATE: The Global Citizen Movement' Highlight the Fight to End Extreme Poverty

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|1. November 2019

    The docu-series shows how artists, leaders, and Global Citizens are working together for good. Mehr Lesen

  9. Artikel: The Sydney Opera House Just Pledged to Support the United Nations’ Global Goals

    The Sydney Opera House Just Pledged to Support the United Nations’ Global Goals

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|31. Oktober 2019

    The performing arts institution hosts almost 11 million guests each year. Mehr Lesen

  10. Artikel: Australia ‘Rights a Historic Wrong’ by Closing the Uluru Climb Forever

    Australia ‘Rights a Historic Wrong’ by Closing the Uluru Climb Forever

    Ein Beitrag von Madeleine Keck|29. Oktober 2019

    The tradition has long divided visitors, the Australian government, and traditional custodians. Mehr Lesen