Helping people help themselves
Comedian, actor…politician? Clem Bastow talks to the funny, flamboyant, fearless Eddie Izzard about politics, the media and world domination.
Also in this issue:
Michael Green tries to get past the buzzwords and asks: what exactly is a social enterprise? Tara Judah examines how new film Wild is changing roles for women on screen. On the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli, author Nick Dyrenfurth re-examines ‘mateship’. And in ‘Roving Eye’, photographer Ana Paula Estrada sees a different, and troubled, side to Queensland’s beautiful Hinterland.
Starring in this edition’s ‘Vendor Profile’ is Kate from Melbourne. And we have ‘Streetsheet’ contributions from Don in Broome, WA; Paul B and Shaun in Adelaide; Adrian and Pamela in Sydney; and Emma and Sharon in Melbourne. We also have a photo of vendor/artist Daniel K from Adelaide with his portrait of Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop.
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