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CAST PROFILE - Ruth Oslington

Tell us a little bit about yourself!

I enjoy writing short stories and poetry, I enjoy knitting and talking about politics and social stories. I have lived in many different countries such as Canada, America and England.

In your own words what is 'Natural Order'?

Looking at systems. Looking at different skills through the workshops. All different views have been put together to create the natural order.

Why do you think it is important to bring 'Natural Order' to the public?

To get different perspectives on different government services. For them to be more accepting, to improve systems and help them understand them. And for them to enjoy.

What is something you’ll take away from Natural Order?

More confidence, got to meet new people. Getting to work with new people, being able to create new goals.

Photo by Patrick Boland

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