Di Cousens‘ most recent poetry chapbook is the days pass without name, which was launched by Professor Gillian Triggs, former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, in 2018. Di has had an eclectic career. Her poems have been published in chapbooks, journals and anthologies. Di has been taking photos all her life and won the Linden Postcard Prize in 2014 and exhibited at the Manningham Gallery in 2017. She is also a Tibetologist and presented on the Tibetan Book of the Dead at the Sydney Biennale in 2016. She works in the university sector.
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- Does government spying violate human rights law?
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