Talei Luscia Mangioni is a Fijian and Italian woman who was born and raised on Gadigal Land of the Eora Nation (Sydney, Australia) where she is currently based. She is especially passionate about the issues of disarmament, nuclear abolition and decolonial storytelling. She is a PhD Candidate in Pacific studies at the Australian National University researching the imaginative and creative legacy of the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Movement. She is also an amateur artist who enjoys making films and visual art. She works as the editor of the New Outrigger, as a research officer for the Oceania Working Party of the Australian Dictionary of Biography and as a research intern for the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) in Geneva.
Articles written by Talei
‘Honouring the F.M.I. Sisters of Vunapope’: Reflections on Lisa Hilli’s Keynote for the ‘Sharing Pacific Lives in Australia’ Workshop
'Will to fight together': Fiji has taken another bold step in the battle against nuclear weapons (co-authored with Vanessa Griffen)