Acerca de 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. Artículo: 10 Million Tonnes of Waste Will Avoid Landfills Thanks to a New Australian Recycling Fund

    10 Million Tonnes of Waste Will Avoid Landfills Thanks to a New Australian Recycling Fund

    Por Madeleine Keck|10 de Julio de 2020

    Almost $200 million will go toward overhauling the nation’s recycling infrastructure. Leer más

  2. Artículo: 8 Million Children Have Been Pushed Into Child Labor and Begging Due to COVID-19: Report

    8 Million Children Have Been Pushed Into Child Labor and Begging Due to COVID-19: Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|10 de Julio de 2020

    The economic impact of the pandemic has devastating consequences for children. Leer más

  3. Artículo: The City of Sydney Now Runs on 100% Renewable Energy

    The City of Sydney Now Runs on 100% Renewable Energy

    Por Madeleine Keck|8 de Julio de 2020

    The city made the switch after community pressure to act on climate change. Leer más

  4. Artículo: Suicide Rate for Indigenous Victorians Is Twice That of Non-Indigenous Population: Report

    Suicide Rate for Indigenous Victorians Is Twice That of Non-Indigenous Population: Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|7 de Julio de 2020

    The Coroners Court of Victoria has released new disturbing figures. Leer más

  5. Artículo: Australia and New Zealand Win Historic Bid to Host the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup

    Australia and New Zealand Win Historic Bid to Host the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup

    Por Madeleine Keck|1 de Julio de 2020

    Sydney's ANZ Stadium is expected to host the final match. Leer más

  6. Artículo: ‘My Story Is Not Unique’: Former Refugee Responds to New Report Showing 79.5M People Were Displaced in 2019

    ‘My Story Is Not Unique’: Former Refugee Responds to New Report Showing 79.5M People Were Displaced in 2019

    Por Madeleine Keck|30 de Junio de 2020

    Former refugee Carina Hoang has urged the world to step up. Leer más

  7. Artículo: Economic Fallout From COVID-19 Could Thrust Hundreds of Millions More Into Poverty: Report

    Economic Fallout From COVID-19 Could Thrust Hundreds of Millions More Into Poverty: Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|23 de Junio de 2020

    "Extreme poverty in Australia's immediate region is likely to skyrocket.” Leer más

  8. Artículo: The Number of Climate Deniers in Australia Is More Than Double the Global Average: Report

    The Number of Climate Deniers in Australia Is More Than Double the Global Average: Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|22 de Junio de 2020

    Ten percent of Australians consider climate change to be not very serious. Leer más

  9. Artículo: 15 Children From 15 Countries Share Their Experiences of COVID-19 Lockdowns Through Poetry

    15 Children From 15 Countries Share Their Experiences of COVID-19 Lockdowns Through Poetry

    Por Madeleine Keck|19 de Junio de 2020

    The initiative was spearheaded by children’s rights organization Save the Children. Leer más

  10. Artículo: Australia Commits Millions More to the World Health Organization and the World Food Programme

    Australia Commits Millions More to the World Health Organization and the World Food Programme

    Por Madeleine Keck|17 de Junio de 2020

    The new funding will help the Pacific mitigate the impacts of COVID-19. Leer más