Tue, 04 May | The Capitol

Feminism, yes. But what kind of feminism?

Join Clementine Ford, author of Fight Like a Girl and Boys Will Be Boys, Teela Reid, a Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman, practising lawyer and a powerful advocate for the rights of Aboriginal women, and Dr Petra Bueskens, author of Modern Mothers and Women's Dual Identities to discuss feminism.
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Feminism, yes. But what kind of feminism?

Time & Location

04 May, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
The Capitol, 113 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

About the Event

Feminism, yes. But what kind of feminism?

The feminist movement has fundamentally re-fashioned our world. As the #MeToo movement and the backlash against it continues, it is timely to think about what kind of feminism we need. There are different voices within feminism, and different answers to the question of what still must be done to deepen and complete the feminist revolution.

Discussing these issues is a panel of three experts, featuring Clementine Ford , author of Fight Like a Girl and Boys Will Be Boys, Teela Reid , a Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman, practising lawyer and a powerful advocate for the rights of Aboriginal women, and Dr Petra Bueskens, author of Modern Mothers and Women's Dual Identities. This event was moderated by La Trobe University’s, Dr Clare Wright , author of the Stella Prize-winning, The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka.

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