Dorothy Buckland-Fuller was a sociologist and social activist of some longstanding, with a distinguished career in ethnic and multicultural politics, particularly as they impact upon women of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. She was a peace activist, an environmentalist, a feminist and committed to the cause of reconciliation with indigenous Australia. She was seen as the first to stand out in defence of ethnic women's needs and rights in the public sphere.
Place of Origin: Port Said, Egypt
Occupation: Human rights activist, Migrant community advocate and Sociologist
Born: January 21, 1922
Died: July 5, 2019

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