A Kokatha woman who lives in Ceduna in South Australia, Aunty Sue Coleman-Haseldine is a nuclear test survivor and outspoken advocate of Aboriginal culture and environmental protection. She was a child at Koonibba Mission when the British carried out nuclear testing at Emu Field and Maralinga in the 1950s and 60s. Aunty Sue is a Co-President of the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance and was awarded the South Australian Premier’s award for excellence in Indigenous leadership in 2007 and the 2018 Jill Hudson Award for environmental protection. Aunty Sue participated in the UN nuclear weapons ban treaty negotiating conference at the United Nations in 2017 and attended the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony for ICAN in Oslo in December that year. Aunty Sue is an ICAN Ambassador.