It's a slippery subject and it underpins so much of what we write - from crime fiction to journalism. Five writers discuss what justice means to them, both professionally and personally.
James Farrell is the Director of the Queensland Association of Independent Legal Service and chairperson of the Queensland Legal Assistance Forum. He's on the editorial board of the Alternative Law Journal, and is a fellow of the Centre for Rural Regional Law ...Read More
Mark Isaacs’ book 'The Undesirables: Inside Nauru' was published after working with the Salvation Army at the Nauru Regional Processing Centre. Continuing his passion for humanitarian work, Mark is now employed as a case manager at an asylum seeker ...Read More
Zoya Patel is a writer, editor and Masters student. She is the former editor of Lip Magazine, and founder and editor of Feminartsy, an online feminist literature and arts journal. Zoya works in communications and feminist advocacy by day, and spends her spare time ...Read More
Candice Fox hails from Sydney's western and currently lectures in writing at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney, while undertaking a PhD in literary censorship and terrorism. Hades is her first novel, and she is currently working on its sequel.Read More
Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a writer, engineer, and founder of Youth Without Borders. In 2012 she was named Young Leader in the inaugural 100 Women of Influence Awards. In 2007, she was Young Australian Muslim of the Year and in 2010 Young Queenslander of the Year.Read More