Category Archive: We Matter Media

The campaign that didn’t

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“Nine months after the release of KONY 2012, nothing has really changed.”

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Looking: Daily Editor

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Imagine the Lifehacker of social change media or an Australian Upworthy. We’d love to see underrepresented stories get a break. If you think you can help make that happen, let’s talk: Email admin@wemattermedia.com with your interest. Open until… Continue reading

Twenty is the new Fifty

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“It’s that sinking feeling you get that time is passing you by, that you’re running but getting nowhere.”

Broadcasting Transgender

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I was first introduced to concepts of gender diversity two and a half years ago, when one of my closest friends came out as transgender and began transitioning from female to male. Although… Continue reading

Calling for submissions – 2012 Retrospective

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It’s almost December! Where did the year go? In premature memory of 2012, We Matter Media is calling for submissions to our 2012 Retrospective feature month. All through December, we will feature your… Continue reading

“Hear, Hear” the Voice of the Youth

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Young people all around the world are driven by their passions and aspire to achieve their individual goals. Some work towards beating a personal best in sports, doing well academically or saving for… Continue reading

One (dance) step at a time

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When I was young, I lived in Cambodia because my father worked for the UN as part of the UNTAC mission to restore democracy. I grew up in Australia, in a house full… Continue reading

Blog you like a hurricane

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The most insightful information to come out of Hurricane Sandy has been that of everyday people blogging about the disaster from their many individual points of view.

We want YOU!

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We Matter Media is ready to expand and make an impact – we need you! We’re looking for a volunteer Features Editor, Daily Editor and Community Manager to help make We Matter Media… Continue reading

Aung San Suu Kyi accepts Nobel Peace Prize

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Aung San Suu Kyi accepts the Nobel Peace Prize 20 years after being awarded the honour.