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Adjunct research fellow, Charles Sturt University

Toni Hassan is a Walkley Award-winning writer and broadcaster, social practice visual artist and an adjunct research fellow with the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Charles Sturt University. Research topics include the politics of race and reconciliation, modern slavery, civics and social policy. Hassan is an associate with the Centre for Responsible Technology (The Australia Institute) and is the author of Families in the Digital Age (published by Hybrid). She currently coordinates policy for the Equality Rights Alliance, supporting women’s leadership and economic security.

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    Adjunct Professor, Charles Sturt University