Indigenous Rights Campaigner, Amnesty International Australia
Roxanne Moore is a Noongar human rights lawyer from the South West of Western Australia. She is an Indigenous Rights Campaigner with Amnesty International’s Indigenous Rights Team.
Prior to this, Roxanne worked for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission. She has worked as Principal Associate to the Hon Chief Justice Wayne Martin AC QC; as a commercial litigator; and has international experience with UNHCR Jordan and New York University’s Global Justice Clinic.
Roxanne studied law at the University of WA, and completed an LLM (International Legal Studies) at NYU, specialising in human rights law, as a 2013 Fulbright Western Australian Scholar.
Alongside her strong law and human rights background, Roxanne has had a passion for arts and social change. She founded the national ARTillery arts festival which brings together these two passions. This work culminated in her recognition as a finalist for the 2010 WA Young Person of the Year Award.