Eradicating poverty in all forms remains one of the greatest challenges facing humanity.
James Ricketson has spent the last 15 months in a Cambodian jail charged with espionage.
He has been a filmmaker for 45 years. The recent focus of his work has been telling the stories of scavenger families working in and living alongside the Phnom Penh rubbish dump.
He is committed to raising awareness of both the plight of these materially poor families and also to the love that binds their families and community together.
Roxanne is a writer and advocate for Australian Mental health reform. Roxanne's interests are in human and civil rights and raising the awareness of the plight of some of the worlds most poor and powerless.
We must all aspire to contribute to being part of the solution rather than the problem.
Roxanne is a published author, her book is titled My Extraordinary Life
Lee Holmes is a holistic nutritionist, yoga teacher, wholefoods chef, and author of eight best-selling books in the Supercharged Food series. She is a columnist with Wellbeing and Naturally Magazine and a regular on ABC Radio.
Her articles have appeared in leading Australian newspapers and journals as well as The Times and The Telegraph, The Daily Express in the UK and The Huffington Post in the US.
You’ll find Lee blogging on Supercharged Foods, a website which encourages S.O.L.E food: sustainable, organic, local and ethical.