My name is Melanie McCartney and I’m a small business owner. I began writing about politics in 2013. I tackle the hard stuff in an attempt to share that information with you in layman’s terms, taking away the jargon, and making it easy to understand. I’ve come a long way in seven-years with my writing. When I wrote: ‘The standard that you walk past’, something clicked inside of me and I felt as though I was finally get it. I will be editing and formatting all of my other articles sometime in the near future, and re-publishing them, now that I’ve finally found my voice.
I’m well-read, and research my articles at length. I really enjoy the journey, you never know where you will you end up, or what you might discover. I was born in Western Australia and have lived at length in Queensland, and New South Wales in recent years. I have also lived in various countries overseas, including: Malaysia, Singapore, rural Thailand, Ireland, England, The Philippines, and Fiji. I may throw my hat into the political arena, or something similar, in the not too distant future. In my down time, I love learning, cooking and singing.
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I’d love to chat to you about your research into I360 etc: I’m a journalist with the ABC
Hi Katherine, no problem. Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we can go from there.
Hi Melanie, I’m a PhD student researching the automation and privatisation of social welfare systems in Australia. I’d really like to chat with you in more detail about the CDC and the involvement of Indue. Thanks, Sue
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Not a problem, Sue.
Thank you for your article. I have to write a leaflet for a protest against the CDC that is coming up, and will be using your work to go by in writing it. Appreciate you taking the time in researching and writing, because this is seriously dangerous, politics and private companies profiting from the poor and vulnerable in our society. Also, the racism involved, I would say genocide, is more than most people realise. Frightening, and sad, for all of us.
Hi Cathy, let me know how the protest goes, glad to help with your leaflet too!