About Ragg & Co

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We’re a Sydney-based organisation with a national reach. We work on projects which advance the public good in the areas of health and justice. We believe in equity, truth, transparency, simplicity, complexity and enthusiasm. We work with people we like, doing work that is beneficial to others. We work only with people we believe have the public good at heart.

 

 

Mark Ragg

Dr Mark Ragg

Mark Ragg MBBS BA is the director of Ragg & Co. Mark draws on earlier careers in medicine (emergency departments) and journalism (Sydney Morning Herald) to bring knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to his work writing, editing, researching and consulting. He’s an Adjunct Fellow in Indigenous Health at UTS, an editor with Croakey, and sits on the Human Research Ethics Committee of the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network. He has previously sat on the NSW Mental Health Review Tribunal.

Our pool of talented people

We work with others as projects require. We can draw on a pool of talented writers, editors, academics, photographers, designers and more for each project. Researchers and academics like Megan Williams, Nareen Young, Christina Pollard, Tim Gill and Simon Chapman. Writers and editors like Sajni Gudka, Margie Beilharz, Ross Green and Linda Vergnani, Artists like Bronwyn Bancroft and Nikita Ridgeway. Designers like Mitchell Ward, whose work is featured above. Research organisations like Winangali and Inca Consulting. Or we partner with organisations that have skills we don’t have. The aim is to do the work as well as we can, not to go for glory.

What we are talking about…

Mark Ragg
Location: Sydney, Gadigal land
Description: Write, edit, research | Yulang Indigenous Evaluation with @MegBastard | Ragg & Co | Adjunct Fellow Indigenous health @UTS_GSH | @CroakeyNews | Equity, justice
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Ragg & Co

Ragg & Co
https://raggandco.com.au
mark.ragg@raggandco.com.au

ABN 43 715 501 282

We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart

Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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