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.

Historias

  1. Artículo: ‘Striking Lack of Progress’ on the Global Goals in the Asia-Pacific Region: UN Report

    ‘Striking Lack of Progress’ on the Global Goals in the Asia-Pacific Region: UN Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|31 de Marzo de 2020

    The report shows conditions could be worse in 2030 than 2015 across 20% of development targets. Leer más

  2. Artículo: How Australian Aid Is Helping to Advance Gender Equality in Indonesia

    How Australian Aid Is Helping to Advance Gender Equality in Indonesia

    Por Madeleine Keck|26 de Marzo de 2020

    Government-funded women's civil society organisations are chipping away at social norms. Leer más

  3. Artículo: The Pacific Has the ‘Perfect Storm of Conditions’ for Modern Slavery: Report

    The Pacific Has the ‘Perfect Storm of Conditions’ for Modern Slavery: Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|26 de Marzo de 2020

    Modern slavery is likely to increase as climate change exacerbates poverty and migration. Leer más

  4. Artículo: Australia and New Zealand Join Forces to Help Pacific Neighbours Fight Coronavirus

    Australia and New Zealand Join Forces to Help Pacific Neighbours Fight Coronavirus

    Por Madeleine Keck|25 de Marzo de 2020

    A COVID-19 outbreak could inundate the Pacific’s health care systems. Leer más

  5. Artículo: New Zealand Responds to Coronavirus by Pledging $12.1 Billion for Individuals and Businesses

    New Zealand Responds to Coronavirus by Pledging $12.1 Billion for Individuals and Businesses

    Por Madeleine Keck|20 de Marzo de 2020

    The package includes $500 million for health investments. Leer más

  6. Artículo: Over 700,000 Children Live in Poverty in Australia: Report

    Over 700,000 Children Live in Poverty in Australia: Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|18 de Marzo de 2020

    One in eight Australians live below the relative poverty line, a new report shows. Leer más

  7. Artículo: Coronavirus: Australia's Largest Supermarket Introduces Exclusive Shopping for Elderly and People With Disabilities

    Coronavirus: Australia's Largest Supermarket Introduces Exclusive Shopping for Elderly and People With Disabilities

    Por Madeleine Keck|17 de Marzo de 2020

    Woolworths has taken drastic measures to stop panic-buying in response to coronavirus. Leer más

  8. Artículo: Scott Morrison Pledges Billions to Help Protect Australians Against Coronavirus

    Scott Morrison Pledges Billions to Help Protect Australians Against Coronavirus

    Por Madeleine Keck|14 de Marzo de 2020

    A new health and economic stimulus package has been announced. Leer más

  9. Artículo: Pacific Athletes With Disabilities Work to Qualify for the Paralympics with Help From Australia

    Pacific Athletes With Disabilities Work to Qualify for the Paralympics with Help From Australia

    Por Madeleine Keck|13 de Marzo de 2020

    A record number of Pacific athletes are hoping to attend the 2020 Summer Paralympics. Leer más

  10. Artículo: Poverty Increases in Thailand Following 3 Decades of Decline: World Bank Report

    Poverty Increases in Thailand Following 3 Decades of Decline: World Bank Report

    Por Madeleine Keck|13 de Marzo de 2020

    The report has called on the government to heavily invest in the next generation. Leer más