Eva Sallis

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Eva Sallis, "an Australian writer, is co-founder of Australians Against Racism – an organization that seeks to raise awareness of human rights and social justice through the media, arts and education.

"Her writings have won several literary awards. In recent years she also devised or coordinated a number of social justice projects, including a prime time TV commercial on refugees, a billboard project countering mainstream attitudes to Muslim people, and two nationwide young people’s writing projects from which two remarkable and influential anthologies were published.

"Eva is a visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide. She studied Arabic intensively for seven years and has traveled many times to Yemen and Lebanon and elsewhere in the Middle East." [1]

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  1. Founding Group, Australians All, accessed July 17, 2007.