Using stories of marginalised people as future life-lessons for her daughter, Ashleigh Donnelly urges us all to look behind the masks we wear to appreciate the person behind the covering.
November 17, 2021
Never did I fear turning 18, writes Ashleigh Green. For Tenille, who I met two years ago, the thought of turning 18 made her stomach tighten and ache.
October 17, 2018
It shouldn’t be a shock to see a Catholic school girl from Pymble share a meal with Muslim school girls from Prestons. But it is, writes Ashleigh Green.
June 20, 2018
The greatest awakening of my World Youth Day pilgrimage took place when I got back home, writes Ashleigh Green.
September 20, 2016
For Australian children in residential care, living in a building with a bed, a fridge and a television does not constitute a home. A home can be a slum or...
December 8, 2015
When we take the time to get to know a Muslim person and engage with them face-to-face, the stereotypes and preconceived ideas begin to break down, writes Ashleigh Green.
September 16, 2014
Outside a lepers’ colony in Navi Mumbai, India, is a small chapel. The diversity that exists amongst its visitors is what makes the chapel such a special place, writes Ashleigh...
March 19, 2013