Tina comes to the academia from the fields of human rights and social policy. Tina has previously worked in the areas of LGBTIQ, women's and refugee rights. She has significant experience engaging with the UN mechanisms such as shadow reporting under the Convention on Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women and the gender audit of the Global Compact on Refugees as a part of its development. Tina is also the co-founder of the Queer Sisterhood Project, a peer-run support and advocacy group for queer refugee women.
Dr Millicent Weber receives DECRA funding for her project Audiobooks and digital book culture: Australian books and publishing at a time of global disruption
Dr Gemma King’s ‘Sign on Screen: Language, Culture and Power in Sign Language Cinema’ receives DECRA funding