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Cyberhate and Beyond : Tara Moss at The National Press Club

Cyberhate and Beyond : Tara Moss at The National Press Club

Cyberhate - 'It's not coming out of 'the internet', it's coming out of us.' Last week I had the privilege of speaking at the National Press Club on the subject of cyberhate, or online abuse. My address, 'Cyberhate and Beyond' was televised and can be viewed here. My...

Cyberhate with Tara Moss

Cyberhate with Tara Moss

UPDATE: Tara will give an address on the topic of Cyberhate and Beyond at the National Press Club, August 9. The address will be televised on the ABC. UPDATE: Watch Cyberhate on ABC iView now. I have been a tad quiet on my blog lately as I've spent much of my time in...

My Honest To Goodness Top 5 Beauty Tips

My Honest To Goodness Top 5 Beauty Tips

It feels a bit strange to write a beauty blog, but for years I’ve been asked almost every week for beauty tips. As a 43-year-old woman requests for beauty tips could be seen as novel in a culture where youth is still so often represented as being a prerequisite for...

The Henry Lawson Festival of the Arts

The Henry Lawson Festival of the Arts

Over the long weekend I had the pleasure of spending time in the town of Grenfell, NSW, as the official special guest of the 60th Henry Lawson Festival of the Arts. The beloved Australian bush poet and author Henry Lawson was born in a Grenfell gold field in 1867, to...

The Order of Lambrick Park

The Order of Lambrick Park

Tonight in my home town in Canada I was awarded the Order of Lambrick Park, an award that 'recognizes and honours Lambrick Park alumni who have made significant contributions or achievements since graduation'. My beautiful dad, Bob, accepted the award on my behalf,...

Speaking Out: A 21st Century Handbook for Women and Girls – an extract

Speaking Out: A 21st Century Handbook for Women and Girls – an extract

My 11th book and 2nd work of non-fiction, Speaking Out: A 21st Century Handbook for Women and Girls is officially out today. Why Speaking Out? Why a handbook? And why now? This book arose partly from the shocking statistic that worldwide fewer than 1 in 4 people we hear from or about in the media is female…