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Many victims of abuse were once shamed into silence. Today, more and more victim-survivors are not only speaking out, they’re lobbying politicians and changing laws.
We’ve been shaken out of complacency this week. It’s time to refocus on fundamental rights.
The great unvaxxed are painted as selfish freeloaders. But when science journalist Dyani Lewis’ own mother refused to be vaccinated against Covid-19, she became fascinated by the motives of Australia’s vaccine refuseniks.
Will the culture of parliament change? And will policy?
Today’s the day!
Separated from their husbands and families. Resettled in a new country. For Ukrainian refugees in Australia, Mother’s Day looks very different this year.
Politicians – and the media – have precious little appetite for the topic that dominated politics last year: gendered violence. Jess Hill looks at why.
When a man began following Ellis Gunn – showing up at her son’s school and at her home – it forced her to reassess other experiences in her life.
PRIMER’s new gendered violence journalist Jess Hill on why this subject matters.
When Gina Rushton embarked on a book about whether to have children, she found herself reevaluating everything she knew about where to find fulfilment and meaning
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