Vickie Janson

Cultural Conversationist, Author, Former Political Candidate and Small Business Owner: Vickie Janson is a Melbourne author and public speaker who has worked cross-culturally to address sensitive social, cultural and political issues. Vickie and her husband Michael also manage a small business in rural Victoria, with their son Nathan and daughter-in-law Phimchaya (Nam).

Articles by Vickie Janson:

  • 26 January 2021

    3.5 MINS

    Once upon a time, if Former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson tweeted that a law before the Victorian parliament constituted the ‘biggest threat to our democr

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  • 17 December 2020

    1.6 MINS

    John Anderson AO, an icon for the abandoned cultural conservationists in Victoria, tweeted earlier this week: https://twitter.com/JohnAndersonAO/status/13382926

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  • 25 November 2020

    5.2 MINS

    Under the guise of preventing harm from what is commonly known as "conversion therapy", the Victorian Labor government has tabled the Suppression Practices Proh

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  • 27 October 2020

    7.7 MINS

    I have a dear friend who writes like Charlotte Bronte. My Charlotte would be able to respond to Mark Conner’s article about blind privilege and her deep meditat

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  • 22 November 2019

    5.4 MINS

    The Victorian Government has already committed to prohibiting what it calls ‘harmful LGBT conversion practices’ and is seeking the community’s views on the best

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  • 3 October 2019

    4.8 MINS

    Porn addiction might be considered an ‘eating disorder’ of another kind. It’s the wrong kind of brain food for the developing brain, literally short circuiting

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  • 5 September 2019

    2.7 MINS

    David Marr describes the faith of Pell’s supporters in him as ‘depthless; proof against any evidence that might be brought to bear against him.’ Co-panellists o

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  • 27 August 2019

    1.7 MINS

    What They Saw begins with the acclamation that ordinary people can make a difference; that is, ordinary people with a testimony and enough chutzpah to share it.

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