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8 November 2018

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Behind extraordinary ideas, there are extraordinary people. Dumbo Feather is a magazine about these people.

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These beautiful sets of magazines make an inspiring gift. Each specially curated bundle speaks to a different issue of our time—and will arrive to your door packaged in a beautiful box!

Four magazines, 20 thought-provoking conversations and hours of uplifting reading.

The Empowered Women Bundle

This bundle is a tribute to the power of the feminine. In the pages of these issues you will find stories of strength and resilience, of empathy and tenderness, of radical challenges to the status quo, of the trials and tribulations of womanhood, and above all, what it means to be an empowered woman in today’s world.

Purchase the Empowered Women Bundle.

Issue 53

Our special “The Future of Power” themed issue spotlights some gloriously accomplished women—OzHarvest founder Ronni Kahn preaches a generosity-based work ethic, Taiwan’s digital minister Audrey Tang pioneers radical transparency in politics and powerhouse global head of Oxfam International Winnie Byanyima speaks to the importance of hard work. Conversations with Joel Solomon and Charles Foster also feature.

Issue 51

In this issue we chat with former Prime Minister of Denmark—the country’s first female leader—Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who is now CEO of Save the Children International. We also speak to the force behind Melbourne’s famous Moroccan Soup Bar, Hana Assafiri, who is fighting to challenge the global mistrust behind the relationship between women and Islam. We also spotlight the extraordinary Tim Winton, Cedar Anderson and Tim Urban.

Issue 37

Successful music and television star Clare Bowditch speaks with Dumbo Feather about Big Hearted Business, the organisation she founded to help talented people build successful and sustainable careers. Alys Fowler shares her insights into slow gardening—a practice that focuses on the process not the sudden transformation—and the lessons of patience, empathy and interconnectedness that it entails. We also chat with Ira Glass, Jaron Lanier and Rachael Kohn.

Issue 35

We sit down with humanitarian, media host, author and co-founder of Women for Women International, Zainab Salbi as well as Rhea Dempsey an internationally-renowned midwife famous for her earthy pragmatism that speaks to protecting the primal space between mother and baby. Saamdu Chetri, Paul van Zyl and Tyler Brule also appear across this issue.

Purchase the Empowered Women Bundle.

The Innovator Bundle

This bundle is all about innovation, spotlighting conversations we’ve had with pioneers and change-makers in environmental, educational, health and entrepreneurial fields.

Purchase the Innovator Bundle.

Issue 52

In our special climate change issue, we sit down with environmental forerunner Tim Smit, heralded for his work on the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project, climate conversation starter Katerina Gaita and author Paul Hawken, whose book Drawdown provides concrete solutions to global warming. Eco-friendly champions Tim Silverwood and Amelia Telford also feature.

Issue 51

We chat with Tim Urban, the man behind the charming blog Wait but Why, which challenges us to think big, as well as Byron Bay innovator Cedar Anderson, who created a multi-million dollar beehive sensation. Trailblazers Tim Winton, Hana Assafiri and Helle Thorning-Schmidt also appear across this issue.

Issue 49

In this issue we speak to That Sugar Film’s Damon Gameau as he embarked on his latest challenge to improve our country’s future. Meanwhile, environmentalist George Monbiot teaches us to look to nature to reverse manmade destruction. We also hear from Eden Riley, Sarah Kay and Kabu Okai-Davies.

Issue 40

Seth Godin has revolutionised education—his 17 books focus on the way ideas spread and demonstrate how mainstream school can be better harnessed to inspire creativity and improve society. We also showcase the extraordinary Jane Goodall, Bunker Roy, Farah Mohamed and Bart Houlahan.

Purchase the Innovator Bundle.

The Leader Bundle

This bundle focuses on leadership and ways we can inspire deeper, more compassionate and powerful guidance.

Purchase the Leader Bundle.

Issue 53

In our special “The Future of Power” themed issue, we speak to OzHarvest founder Ronni Kahn who leads with genorsity and kindness, as well as impact investor Joel Solomon, who is committed to redefining how we think about money to make the world a more loving place. Audrey Tang, Winnie Byanyima and Charles Foster also feature.

Issue 51

In this issue we chat with former Prime Minister of Denmark, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who is now CEO of Save the Children International. We also speak to the force behind Melbourne’s famous Moroccan Soup Bar, Hana Assafiri, who challenges the stereotypes about women and Islam. And we spotlight the extraordinary Tim Winton, Cedar Anderson and Tim Urban.

Issue 43

Bryan Stevenson has devoted nearly thirty years to working with people on death row. His substantive belief that nobody is beyond redemption drove him to develop the Equal Justice Initiative, an organisation that fights to improve the American legal system. We also chat with Arne Rubinstein, Sali Hughes, Dayne Pratzsky and Carol Schwartz.

Issue 38

Julian Burnside AO QC might be one of Australia’s most well-known leaders in the field of human rights. He has been fighting for the betterment of refugee treatment since the nineties, work that has since seen him receive an Order of Australia medal. Also featured are beautiful conversations with Fern White, Eva Slonim, Mariam Issa and Kon Karapanagiotidis.

Purchase the Leader Bundle.

The Activist Bundle

Activism in all forms shines through each of the four issues featured in this bundle. We sit down with some pretty inspiring folks who are all committed to making our world a better place.

Purchase the Activist Bundle.

Issue 53

In our special “The Future of Power” themed issue we sit down with OzHarvet founder Ronni Kahn who preaches a work ethic based on generosity, as well as Taiwan’s digital minister Audrey Tang, who is leading the way in a radical open-book approach to politics. We also chat with Joel Solomon, Winnie Byanyima and Charles Foster.

Issue 52

In this issue, focused on tackling climate change, Amelia Telford emerges as a powerful force committed to building a more just and sustainable future for young people. Her organisation, Seed, is Australia’s first Indigenous youth-led climate network and has mobilised more than 120,000 young people in support for climate justice. Environmental pioneers Tim Smit, Katerina Gaita, Paul Hawken and Tim Silverwood also feature.

Issue 44

During heightened tension on the political stage, an online revolution was born called “Israel Loves Iran,” where Ronny Edry, a father, a husband, a teacher of design at college, put a photograph on Facebook that created an online community of people around the world aiming to make peace viral. Also featured is Amy Ziering, who tackled the epidemic rape culture across American universities and the US military, in a series of affecting, award-winning documentaries. We also sit down with Parker Palmer, Claudia Bowman and Audette Exel.

Issue 38

In this extraordinary issue, founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Kon Karapanagiotidis and refugee advocate, barrister Julian Burnside AO QC each speak about championing the compassionate, logical and fair treatment of people seeking asylum in Australia. We also spotlight beautiful conversations with Fern White, Eva Slonim and Mariam Issa.

Purchase the Activist Bundle.

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