Features a new feminist writer every month, plus all the latest gender equality news, analysis, and events.
Listen in as hosts Cal Wilson (comedian) and Santilla Chingaipe (journalist and filmmaker) decode money and power, and what it means for our freedom.
Wondering what the 16 Days of Activism is and how you can get involved? Our Research & Advocacy Officer Casimira Melican has all the info you need to make this year's campaign the most impactful one yet!
"Robyn’s twin attributes of both being a strong Black woman, as well as her disconnectedness from activist circles, is the driving force behind my wanting to speak to her about these issues; I am keenly interested in her views on feminism, violence against Aboriginal women and children, and the Me Too Movement."
VWT Board Member Leanne Miller is a proud woman of the Dhulanyagen Ulupna Clan, Yorta Yorta nation, and the Executive Director of Koorie Women Mean Business. She has worked together with Duré Dara OAM, former restauranteur and social worker, for over two decades. This is how it all began.
Comedian Cal Wilson and journalist Santilla Chingaipe are joining forces as co-hosts of new Victorian Women’s Trust podcast, Money Power Freedom, created with the support of Bank Australia. Coming out November 2019, Money Power Freedom is a six part series decoding money and power, and what it means for our freedom.
"I am a daughter of the grey stone and white sand, of the arid, windswept coast, of the salty, black, closed-mouthed estuaries. My grandmother’s country is stoic, strong I know it will be there forever; waiting for me to return. The bones of my ancestors are in that place, the water is in our veins, the sky is our roof."
Poet, essayist and comic artist Eloise Grills examines our desire for relentless productivity and wonders (quite rightly) what is it all for? Photo by Jean Sabeth on Unsplash
What Treaty means for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians, and beyond.
Women should not have to run the gauntlet of unwanted sexual contact when attending a charity event, navigating their careers, or otherwise going about their daily lives.
so that in this lifetime we will be: