Fia Hamid-Walker is a proud Indonesian human rights activist migrated to Australia in 2006, a trainee lawyer, an emerging playwright, and international development practitioner of Javanese-Malay heritage. Fia has worked with several not-for-profits organisations that focused on improving the life of street kids and their family. In 2011 Fia assisted Indonesian regional government to strengthen its policies to combat potential human trafficking in the eastern part of Indonesia. In 2014, Fia led efforts to establish Reprieve Australia in Southeast Asia. Fia is currently working on a theater performance to raise public awareness of labor conditions in Southeast Asia sweatshops factories used by Australia clothing brands.