Barbara Biggs Biography
Barbara Biggs is an Australian journalist, social commentator, author, and child protection, campaigner.
She was born in the year 1956 on 3rd December in Australia. she is currently 65 years of age so she is yet to celebrate her 66 birthday at the end of this year December.
Barbara Biggs Height And Weight
By the look of her photos, Biggs has an average and outstanding weight and height. However, we currently don’t have information about her exact weight and height but it will be updated soon.
At the moment we have no information about her educational background but as we fetch it we will update too.
Barbara Biggs Career
Barbara began her journalist work in the year 1989. She was a staff journalist for the Sunday Herald Sun in the 1990s and has since had freelance opinion pieces published in Australia’s Herald Sun and Britain’s The Independent newspapers.
Biggs wrote her first book in 2003 and it was an autobiography. So the book was about her life up to the age of 22. In addition to that book tells of her sexual abuse from the age of 14 by a well-known criminal barrister.
She has also been interviewed about her story written in In Moral Danger . It was by some of Australia and Britain’s leading journalists, interviewers, and publications including Scotland on Sunday, BBC4’s Woman’s Hour’s Jenni Murray Australia’s Robyn Williams, Phillip Adams, and George Negus.
Furthermore In Moral Danger has since been released in the UK in 2004while in New Zealand (2005) and it has been translated into Japanese, Greek and Swedish, so far.
Later in 2004, Biggs wrote her second book The Road Home, which is about her life from 22–42, culminating in a legal battle with the barrister who abused her at 14, which she won.
In 2oo5 she wrote her third book was The Accidental Renovator. A Paris Story is about her exploits in buying an apartment in Paris in 2003.
And her fourth book was Chat Room. It was written and published in 2006. So this one was It is about a 13-year-old girl who falls victim to a predator (posing as a child) in a teen chat room.
Sex And Money was her fifth book.
Biggs Child protection campaign
After In Moral Danger was produced, Barbara became an advocate for social change and awareness about child sexual abuse. She spoke about her life and child sexual abuse. She as well spoke to a range of welfare professionals and private groups.
Biggs began the Safer Family Law Campaign and convened the National Council for Children Post-Separation. The organizations were created to seek new provisions to the Family Law Act that the group believed would remove barriers that might prevent women from raising allegations of family violence
About the politics, Barbara stood as an Upper House candidate for the then-new People Power political party, in the 2006 Victorian election. But lost to the Greens candidate Greg Barber. She was running for Northern Metropolitan Region.
Besides that, Biggs was deported from Japan in 1977 and on her return journey to Australia was stopped at Tullamarine after authorities in Guam discovered she possessed two Australian passports in different names.
After the case in the court, Biggs was fined $170 as a result of the charges, and ordered to pay $45 in costs.
Barbara Biggs Net Worth
her net worth estimates from 1 to 5 million us dollars.
She is currently single and we don’t have much information about her relationship.
We also don’t have information about her children but we will update you soon.
- Sex and Money: How to Get More Barbara Biggs
- Chat Room Barbara Biggs
- The Accidental Renovator
- The Road Home
- In Moral Danger