Bri Lee, Lucia Osborne-Crowley, Amy Thunig & Saxon Mullins
Please be aware this talk contains adult themes and is recommended for audiences ages 15+
Four of Australia's prominent campaigners against sexual violence get together to discuss our changing understanding of consent, the justice system that's catching up, and how to get the next generation of men to be different.
Amy Thunig is a Gamilaroi yinarr (woman), mother, academic and writer residing on the unceded lands of the Awabakal people. Her research covers the intersection of Indigenous knowledge, sovereignty, and formal education. Recognised as the Emerging Female Leader in the Public Sector by Women's Agenda in 2019, she was also named an Emerging Leader by Future Women for International Women’s Day in 2020. Her first book, Tell Me Again, will be published in 2022.
Lucia Osborne-Crowley is a journalist, essayist, writer, and legal researcher. Her news reporting has appeared in ABC News, Guardian, Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Women's Agenda. Her long-form writing has appeared in The Lifted Brow and Meanjin. Her second book, My Body Keeps Your Secrets, was published in 2021.
Bri Lee is an author and freelance writer. Her journalism has appeared in publications such as The Monthly, The Saturday Paper, Guardian Australia and Crikey. Her first book, Eggshell Skull, won Biography of the Year at the ABIA Awards, the People's Choice Award at the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, and was longlisted for the 2019 Stella Prize. She is also a non-practising lawyer and continues to engage in legal research and issues-based advocacy.