Angry But Not Defeated: The Women Marching To End Sexual Assault

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Angry But Not Defeated: The Women Marching To End Sexual Assault

After what feels like a never-ending stream of sexual assault and harassment allegations coming out of Canberra, the women of Australia are angry and don't want this moment of reckoning to pass without any real change.

The Quicky speaks to three women about how these horrific stories have resonated with people across the country, and what we can all do to join the fight for justice to ensure no more women are abused or silenced.

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Host/Producer: Claire Murphy

Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane

Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri


Elisabeth Shaw - CEO of Relationships Australia NSW

Janine Hendry - Founder of the Women's March 4 Justice, designer, academic and feminist

Zali Steggall MP - Independent Federal Member for Warringah


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