This WRAP, we write about the role the language can play in fuelling anti-Asian hate, the importance of listening to migrant women workers, and spend 60 Seconds with Sanduni De Silva.
In this moment, when many of our families, friends and communities are hurting, we cannot give up the fight against racism and sexism in all domains of our lives.
While all eyes are rightly on Parliament House, we are reminded that gendered discrimination, gendered violence and harassment are not limited to any particular workplace.
We spend 60 Seconds with Sanduni De Silva about her favourite podcasts and the power of friendships.
This year, we celebrate migrant women’s leadership and honour their contributions in building a better future for all.
As we reflect on migrant women’s leadership on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2021 it is clear that migrant women have taken the lead this year in myriad ways.
Katrina is a PhD Candidate, Social documenter/Oral historian, mum and Lalor resident.
Welcome to the first WRAP of 2021! Tune in for articles about migrant women’s mental health, reproductive justice for migrant women and 60 seconds with Niyayesh Samedi.
What is required to transform the mental health system to better support migrant women?
Achieving reproductive justice requires intersectional thinking: we should always consider how sexual and reproductive justice intersects with other issues such as systemic racism.