Investing in women's health services, landmark court ruling on indefinite detention, refugee women march for visa equality, Making Gaybies, students strike for Palestine

Tuesday, 28 November 2023 - 7:00am to Tuesday, 5 December 2023 - 8:30am
Refugee WAVE at Parliament in Canberra. Image: Refugee Wave



7.15: Kit McMahon, CEO of Women's Health in the South East (WHISE), on the latest report 'Return on Equity: Health and economic dividends from Investing in Women’s Health Services' during 16 Days of Activism//

7.30: Marisa Sposaro of Doin' Time speaks speaks with veteran activist Pamela Curr about a landmark court ruling that paves the way to end the indefinite detention of asylum seekers. Catch Doin' Time every Monday 4-5pm//

7.45: Piume, 19 year old refugee activist who walked 640 kms as a part of Refugee Women Action for Visa Equality march from Melbourne to Parliament in Canberra, on calling for an end to 10 years of visa uncertainty for 10,000 refugees living in Australia//

8.00: Jaya Keaney, Lecturer in Gender Studies at the University of Melbourne, on her new book: Making Gaybies: Queer Reproduction and Multiracial Feeling//

8.15: Giséle Nayef, year 11 student, socialist activist and organiser with School Students for Palestine, on the rally last week, the importance of students action, and the march coming up on 7 December. Follow them on Instagram: @schoolstudents4Palestine//