This latest poem by Tessa Flemming delves into the unforgettable nature of trauma and is inspired by Dr Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony against Brett Kavanaugh.
A Free Flame: Australian Women Writers and Vocation in the Twentieth Century Ann-Marie Priest When a voice speaks from a burning bush, you do what it says. So I imagine, anyway – I’ve never heard a voice in a burning bush. Ruth Park probably never did either, but it was her way of conveying that […]
How a social media movement gave victims, activists and communities a language to voice their lived experience without the need for legalese.
Zoya Patel reflects on the state of women’s reproductive rights in Victoria, where a new case regarding safe access zones is heading for the High Court.
The conversation around human rights comes in all forms, in this six-part series we explore that conversation through the lens of film.
How much have things really changed in the art world? The Guerrilla Girls showcase a comparative port folio at the NGV.
When a widespread problem defies national borders, what can neighbouring nations do to fulfil the rights of their people?
In the remote Indian state of Meghalaya, the Khasi people work in life-threatening conditions to survive, but their will for independence remains strong.
Ariadna Relea and Mariona Guiu contemplate female identity, stigma and choice in modern society, through the lives of five women.
In Australia, victims of sexual assault in family law proceedings are left with no privilege over their counselling records.
Anika Basset reviews Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ memoir, When They Call You a Terrorist.