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In March 2022, All About Women celebrated its tenth year with powerful talks and discussions on gender, equality, and justice. Rent any talk or enjoy the entire festival on demand on Stream, the new streaming service from Sydney Opera House.

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facing up

roxane gay and nakkiah lui

Nothing is off-limits in this conversation between these two incredible writers whose work challenges us with the hard questions about racism and misogyny today.

protecting the outspoken

rosie batty & grace tame hosted by jamila rizvi

Rosie Batty and Grace Tame have built their lives around fighting for justice. Together for the first time, they share their experiences of being Australian of the Year, explore the power of personal testimony, and advocacy's personal cost.

laura tingle explains it all

laura tingle

The tables are turned as the 7.30 journo becomes the interviewee. Expect her trademark blend of political insight, personal observation and wry commentary as she helps us understand the rollercoaster that is politics today.

clementine ford: love sermon

clementine ford

Unrequited romance. Deep friendship. Motherhood. Break-ups. Self-love. Join Clementine Ford as she explores the manifold ways love makes its home in our hearts.

first nations women look to the future

aileen moreton-robinson, chelsea watego, alison whittaker & amy mcquire hosted by larissa behrendt

Indigenous women, white feminism and power; colonial violence and self-determination - what are the obstacles and pathways to a new future led by First Nations women?

after consent

bri lee, lucia osborne-crowley, amy thunig & saxon mullins

Bri Lee, Saxon Mullins, Lucia Osborne-Crowley and Amy Thunig navigate recent changes to consent legislation and the implications for sexual freedom. Are changes to the law enough? What should justice look like? And how to get the next generation of people to be different?

for kate

michael bradley, jo dyer & samantha maiden hosted by julia baird

How can we find justice for friends who can no longer speak for themselves? A friend, a lawyer, and a journalist explore the profound commitment of friendship and collective action.

the future for women in afghanistan

hosted by diana sayed

The Australian and American troops are gone, the Taliban are back in power. What is life like now for women and girls in Afghanistan and what can we in the rest of the world do to help?

beyond the binary

yves rees

What would our world look like if all our current gendered expectations disappeared, and what needs to happen for this to be achieved?


maeve marsden

Mothers, daughters, sisters, lovers, femmes, dykes and friends. Five incredible LGBTQI+ writers share a personal tale about their relationship to womanhood - intimate, considered and, as always, rooted in community.

the right to sex

amia srinivasan hosted by emma jane

Consent and power relations, gender justice and the state, pornography and freedom - political philosophy professor Amia Srinivasan refuses to turn away from the hard questions about society and sex.

why design matters

debbie millman

Designer Debbie Millman's candid podcast interviews explore invention, truth-telling and inspiration. Join this event to hear a fascinating conversation about the cultivation of invention and imagination.

The Sydney Opera House honours our First Nations by fostering a shared sense of belonging for all Australians, and we acknowledge the Gadigal people, traditional custodians of Tubowgule, the land on which the Opera House stands.