Stories of Mumbai

Written by Kate Sheahan

By Kate Sheahan

In a city of 12 million people, addressing some of the world’s most polarising issues might seem like a huge task.

These two inspiring Indian women are taking up the challenge in their own way – by telling stories.

Read the full story here.

About The Author
Kate Sheahan

Kate is a final year journalism student at the University of Queensland. She is passionate about all forms of communication and enjoys broadcast and print journalism. Kate has completed internships at both Network Ten and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and has experience with social media, creative writing, and digital content creation. ...

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