Siobhan Simper is a psychology graduate living in country Victoria. She has a strong interest in social justice, refugee rights and disability activism. Her spare time is spent writing and sewing, including crafting toys to raise money for UNHCR and some custom work.
Siobhan is a former avid volunteer/musician/future psychologist turned full-time ME sufferer. She now advocates for patients' rights and further research into this mostly-unknown condition.
You can read more on chronicallysiobhan.com.
Articles written by Siobhan Simper (3)
- 24 September 2017 | Héritier Lumumba and the AFL’s problem with race
- 29 March 2017 | What the ‘female’ traffic light response reveals about how society views women
- 15 January 2017 | The wink wink, nudge nudge guide to parliamentary entitlements