Published work

A story of celebration:  A history of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service a force to be reckoned with

 The present is very often best understood from the past.  In 2012, Julie wrote ‘A Force to Be Reckoned With‘, the inspiring ten year history of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service.  This organisation operates in a highly political environment. It has overcome many barriers and required a writer who could sensitively research and relate a balanced account of its ten year growth.  The book was launched at the first national conference on Aboriginal family violence in Melbourne in November 2012.

Levi's Untitled - sustainable business

Levi’s Untitled| Sustainable business

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World Politics Review | For Kimberley Process, Next Challenge Is Broadening Mandate on Conflict Diamonds

World Politics Review | Australia's Abbott Seeks to Move Indonesia Ties Past Asylum Seeker Tensions

World Politics Review | Australia’s Abbott Seeks to Move Indonesia Ties Past Asylum-Seeker Tensions

World Politics Review| Climate Refugees Threat in Tropics Rises, but International Action Lags

World Politics Review| Climate Refugees Threat in Tropics Rises, but International Action Lags

G20 Brisbane- Not Quite Australia’s Coming of Age | The Diplomat-page-001

The Diplomat | G20 Brisbane – Not Quite Australia’s Coming of Age

First 5000| Four things the G20 did for your business

First 5000| Four things the G20 did for your business

First 5000| Expanding into Asia offers great rewards

First 5000 | Budget 2015: Opportunities for mid-size businesses

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