Trust Journal

Reshaping our Modern World

Barbara Wertheim OAM (former commissioner for equal opportunity Victoria) on how the feminist movement changed the modern world.

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Warrior Woman Lane: Paying tribute to a fierce community leader

Note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned that the following article contains names and images of deceased persons. NAIDOC week 2020 (9-15 November) marks the launch of Warrior Woman Lane, a newly unveiled street name and art installation created to celebrate the life of Aboriginal activist and artist Lisa Bellear. 

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Campaigning for a Charter of Rights

Following VWT's endorsement of the Australian Charter of Rights campaign research & advocacy officer Casimira Melican sits down with campaign manager Daney Faddoul on what benefits a Charter will have on all Australians.

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Watch: Money & Mental Health

Catch up on 'Money & Mental Health', a webinar with the hosts of Money Power Freedom Cal Wilson (comedian) and Santilla Chingaipe (journalist) with guests Georgie Harman (CEO, Beyond Blue) and Amanda Barker (First State Super).

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Safety First

"To me, safety is multifaceted and extends beyond what is tangible. It means different things to different people, yet it is a crucial part of all our lives. Safety is feeling held, seen, heard and respected."

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Launch of Between the Leaves podcast with hosts Ellen van Neerven and Hermina Burns

On Thursday 8 October 2020, we launched our new show, Between the Leaves. Hosted by award-winning Mununjali Yugambeh poet Ellen van Neerven; and Hermina Burns, poet and author of two poetry collections, Bite of a Bluebottle and Against Separation Creek (2020); Between the Leaves is timely collection of handpicked feminist poetry. In each episode, Ellen and Hermina illuminate poems written by women and the gender diverse, as well as their own original works, moving through themes like love, race and feminism. Episodes will be released weekly from Thursday 8 October 2020. Listen...

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