Art award for young women artists, South Asian artists in Footscray, Gendered Injustice Report, $9 billion package towards early childhood education, and faith-based practices for family violence

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 - 7:00am to 8:30am
Installation view of A Bell Rings Across The Valley featuring work by Indu Antony
Girls freed from Nigerian 'baby factory'

- FINA decision on transgender swimmers

- Maybelle Blair comes out at 95

- Rally today against Sustainable Forests Timber Amendment (Timber Harvesting Safety Zones) Bill 2022

Phuong speaks with Joanna Bosse, curator at the Bayside Gallery in Brighton about the Ellen Jose Art Award. Ellen Jose was a pioneer in Australia's urban Indigenous art movement and a radical activist and social justice campaigner. The award aims to support a female visual artist aged 18-35 years working in any medium
Kannagi speaks with Shivanjani Lal is a twice-removed Fijian-Indian-Australian artist and curator, about her recently curated exhibition at Footscray Community Arts called A bell rings out across the valley. It showcases five artists from across South Asia and its Diaspora exploring complex experiences of identity, heritage and change.
Kannagi speaks with Dr Emma Russel from LaTrobe University about the recently released Gendered Injustice Report. You an read the full report at
Jasmine speaks with Wil Stracke, Acting Secretary at the Victorian Trades Hall Council, about the Vic Gov's $9 billion early childhood education package that will be rolled out over the next 10 years.
Genevieve speaks with Manal Shehab Muslim Australian community leader and faith based counsellor, about the 'Preventing and Responding to Family Violence: A Faith Leader's Practice Guide and Toolkit' webinar happening at 3pm today. You can register for the eventbrite page via the link