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Aleesha Hanczakowski

Engaging with grassroots organising for climate justice alongside my studies had me hooked on the role of community organising and the effectiveness of collective action. Working with the AYCC, convening the WA Student Environment Network and coordinating the Fossil Free Murdoch campaign highlighted for me the unique, empowering and necessary aspects of organising needed in WA. I’ve been involved in organising action and training camps including in the Stop Adani movement, on the frontline, with the Save Beeliar Wetlands campaign and the Women’s climate justice collective. Since returning from a year in Indonesia and after different experiences with communities and resistance I’ve been supporting the school strike 4 climate movement in WA.