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'Dr Rosie Scott, AM, was a distinguished Australian novelist, poet, essayist, critic, teacher, editor and mentor, as well as a passionate advocate for human rights and social justice.' (Introduction)
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ySydney PEN MagazineNovember2019184636132019periodical issue 'It has been a busy six months for Sydney PEN and sadly much of our work has concerned the actions of our government authorities against Australian citizens. The June raids by the Australian Federal Police on journalists and media organisations represented a disturbing attempt to intimidate legitimate news journalism working in the public interest. Sydney PEN joined Australia’s major media bodies, such as the MEAA, in denouncing the raids and demanding a change in law to introduce positive protections for journalists and whistleblowers from the threat of warrants, searches, arrests and imprisonment for reporting the truth.' (Mark Isaacs President’s address, introduction) 2019