Video: Acclaimed model Andreja Pejic backs SEP campaign

Andreja Pejic is an internationally acclaimed model with numerous magazine credits and made her major film debut in the 2018 crime thriller The Girl in the Spider’s Web. A socialist-minded artist, she is an outspoken opponent of war, a defender of Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning, and a principled advocate for transgender rights.

Pejic was born in the former Yugoslavia in 1991 and migrated to Australia in 1999 in the aftermath of the US-NATO war against Serbia. She grew up in the working-class suburb of Broadmeadows in Melbourne, living with her mother, grandmother and brother.

Pejic has been a supporter of the Socialist Equality Party (SEP) since high school and is a long-time reader of the World Socialist Web Site.

In this video, Pejic makes an impassioned statement of opposition to Australia’s new anti-democratic electoral laws and appeals to her followers on social media to join the SEP as electoral members.

A full-length video interview with Pejic will be posted later in the week.

Andreja Pejic: Support the SEP's campaign against anti-democratic electoral laws