After three waves of feminism, we are now in the midst of a fourth wave. Hear from a provocative panel and explore the progress we have made towards true gender equality, and what challenges still lie ahead.
Jane Caro AM is an award-winning author, lecturer, and social commentator. She won the Women in Leadership Award at the 2018 Walkley Awards and was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours. Her latest book, Accidental Feminists, tells the story of how a generation of women accidentally became the harbingers of change.
Eva Cox AO is a passionate social commentator and feminist advocate. She delivered the prestigious ABC Boyer Lectures on the topic A Truly Civil Society in 1995, the same year she was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia for her work in women's welfare. She is the patron of the Australian Fabians.
Jan Fran is a journalist and TV presenter, best known as the host of SBS VICELAND program The Feed and podcasts Sexism and the City and The Few Who Do. Her online opinion segment The Frant has amassed more than 18 million views. She is a frequent guest on multiple television programs and is an ambassador for Plan International Australia.
Jenny Huxley has spent 40 years working in legal, government and community services for the prevention of violence towards women and children. She is currently a frontline caseworker at the Manly Warringah Women's Resource Centre, a refuge and community service for women and vulnerable families on the Northern Beaches.
Andrew King is a leading group work specialist in community services, counselling and health. A respected author of multiple books, articles and training programs, he has devoted a large part of his career to group work and working with men, fathering and domestic violence. Andrew is currently the Practice Specialist, Groupwork and Community Education Manager at Relationships Australia.