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About Sarah Wood

Sarah Wood is an editorial intern at Global Citizen. She has a background in the disability and arts sectors and is an avid painter. Sarah is passionate about sharing stories, bridging gaps, and creating authentic connections with people from all walks of life. In her spare time she can be found swing dancing her way around Melbourne.

Stories

  1. Article: World’s First ‘Hijabi Ballerina’ Is Forging a Path for Dancers from Diverse Backgrounds
    Citizenship

    World’s First ‘Hijabi Ballerina’ Is Forging a Path for Dancers from Diverse Backgrounds

    By Sarah Wood|Aug. 15, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    She’s only 15 years old Read more

  2. Article: Some Australian Lawmakers Are Pushing for a Vote on Gay Marriage in Parliament
    Citizenship

    Some Australian Lawmakers Are Pushing for a Vote on Gay Marriage in Parliament

    By Sarah Wood|Aug. 2, 2017

    #LoveisLove Read more

  3. Article: Major Australian Supermarkets Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags
    Environment

    Major Australian Supermarkets Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags

    By Sarah Wood|July 19, 2017

    “It’s time for us to #banthebag at every level.” Read more

  4. Article: Parthenon Replica Built from 100,000 Banned Books on Site of Nazi Book Burning
    Citizenship

    Parthenon Replica Built from 100,000 Banned Books on Site of Nazi Book Burning

    By Sarah Wood|July 12, 2017

    “Democracy without books is not democracy.“ Read more

  5. Article: Meet The Former Refugees Who Are Changing Lives in Australia
    AdvocacyCitizenship

    Meet The Former Refugees Who Are Changing Lives in Australia

    By Sarah Wood|June 30, 2017

    How Global Citizen Australian celebrated World Refugee Day Read more

  6. Article: Cambodian Garment Workers Experience Mass Faintings in Factories
    Health

    Cambodian Garment Workers Experience Mass Faintings in Factories

    By Sarah Wood|June 27, 2017

    More than 500 have been hospitalized over the past year. Read more

  7. Article: The Australian Man Who Built a Home for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
    Citizenship

    The Australian Man Who Built a Home for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

    By Sarah Wood|June 19, 2017

    June 20, make a phone call and invest in hope Read more

  8. Article: This Australian Man Is Walking 1,850 Kilometers in Africa to Raise Awareness for Global Poverty
    Citizenship

    This Australian Man Is Walking 1,850 Kilometers in Africa to Raise Awareness for Global Poverty

    By Sarah Wood|May 31, 2017

    This anti-poverty advocate is taking his daily step goals to the extreme. Read more

  9. Article: This Community Took on the Government and a Multi-Billion Dollar Company to Fight for Their Home
    Citizenship

    This Community Took on the Government and a Multi-Billion Dollar Company to Fight for Their Home

    By Sarah Wood|May 30, 2017

    Australian documentary, ‘The Opposition’ follows an incredible land rights case in PNG. Read more

  10. Article: These Girls Are Sewing Re-Usable Period Pads to Keep Girls in School
    Girls & Women

    These Girls Are Sewing Re-Usable Period Pads to Keep Girls in School

    By Sarah Wood|May 26, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    This organisation is helping girls on their periods to stay in school. Read more