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Kali Goldstone

Kali Goldstone is an international human rights lawyer and journalist with a depth of expertise in managing diverse programs working with minority and vulnerable groups, refugees, IDPs and immigrants for the last 12 years in Australia, Denmark, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kenya and the U.S.

She has consulted to governments, legal professionals, NGOs, advocates and non-for-profit and private enterprise. Kali has also been published in several online newspapers including, The Daily Beast, New Matilda and On Line Opinion.

Kali is fascinated by the diversity of our world and the disparate conditioning patterns that exist and as such, she has travelled vastly to inform and enlighten herself. Working overseas has endowed her with invaluable life skills of tolerance, independence, self-assertiveness and a critical but open evaluation of the world and people around her.

Kali currently works as a Diversity & Inclusion Consultant at Symmetra, where she advises, creates and facilitates workshops for C-Suite Executives on how to embed diversity into their workplace.

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November 2013 Feature - 26/11/2013 - 11 comments
Differences of communication between genders: some fallacies exposed
Society - 11/02/2013 - 14 comments
Fairfield High School - the mirror of Australia's multi-cultural legacy
Education - 1/02/2012 - 4 comments
The voices of the detained
Law & Liberties - 9/11/2011 - 8 comments
Project Bantu: refugee youth finding their way through Capoeira Angola
Nation Building - 21/06/2011 - 41 comments
Are women's rights, human rights?
June 2011 Feature - 17/06/2011 - 30 comments
Why Does Angelina Jolie Have my Job?
International - 3/12/2010 - 6 comments

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