Elizabeth Muldoon is a teacher, historian and activist who belongs to, yet aims to challenge, the settler-colonial occupation of Naarm (Melbourne), the land the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. She has a Master of Teaching from the University of Melbourne and is currently completing her PhD at La Trobe University on Indigenous women’s political organisation during the 1970s.
- Interviews with refugees
- Women in the Institutions of the Law
- The economic cost of Australia’s asylum policies
- The Economic Cost of Our Asylum Seeker Policy
- Please resist me by Luka Lesson