On the first of our Water Justice Hub Researcher’s series, we talk with Dr. Anne Poelina: Chair of the Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council, Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Nulungu Research Institute at the University of Notre Dame and Managing Director of the Indigenous not-for-profit organisation Madjulla.

Anne gives important insights into what water-ways mean to her as an Indigenous woman and her community as well as what she sees as the most pressing water justice policy issues today.

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Introduction – 00:05

Where are you based? – 00:54

What inspired you to become a water justice researcher? – 01:16

What areas of water research do you focus on? – 03:12

In your opinion, what is the most important water justice issue today? – 09:14

What is something about water justice you wish more people knew about? – 11:45

Why did you decide to join the Water Justice Hub? – 14:23

Who’s work in the water justice space do you most admire? – 15:54

What is your favourite memory as a water justice researcher? – 19:17

What are your plans for future research? – 22:58