Indigenous voices from across the globe hit Sydney’s screens in the 2017 WINDA Film Festival. We review two films from the program that will make you think.
Writer Kelly Walker draws insight from Stanford student Emily Doe and her 2015 encounter with Brock Turner.
Ramisa Raya explores social perceptions of strength and weakness through her variation on the classic story a Little Mermaid.
Gender-based bullying in schools show that gender diversity education is important not just for trans and gender-diverse children, but all children.
To help migrant victims of family violence, attending police have to understand the real story.
Samantha Jones speaks to filmmaker Sophie Wiesner and men’s behavioural program facilitator David Nugent.
The Royal Commission into Family Violence is a key milestone to combat domestic violence in Victoria.
In Canberra, gradual changes to the National Translating and Interpreting Service risk compromising the safety of women from CALD backgrounds who experience domestic violence.
Right Now speaks to Julie McKay, Executive Director of the Australian National Committee for UN Women, on critical gender issues facing Australia and the Pacific region.
In Australia, a woman is killed by a former or current partner almost every week. Emily Maguire examines what we know about domestic violence and how to stop it.
The struggle against domestic violence in our society requires a deep cultural shift, explains Sarah George.
SHIT speaks to the plight of women subjected to domestic violence, writes Alexandra Berry.