Speakers: Maddison Griffiths, Tanya Hosch, Tara Rae Moss, and Grace Tame
Moderated by: Jamila Rizvi
It’s judged and pre-judged. It’s targeted and pursued. It’s loved and abused. And from almost the beginning it has been at the centre of our thinking about our rights and our freedoms. Join this high profile agenda-setting conversation about our bodies.
From the deep connection between trauma and health disorders, to the consistently poor health outcomes for First Nations bodies regardless of social and economic status. From the contest of rights around reproductive freedom to disabled people’s fight for access and respect. From the under diagnosis and under-treatment of chronic illness among women to the body as a consistent site of the extremes of patriarchal control.
Join Grace Tame, Tanya Hosch, Maddison Griffiths and Tara Rae Moss as they each speak to their own experience and find difference and connection across a wide range of issues to do with our bodies and, indeed, ourselves.
Presented as part of All About Women 2024
Live-broadcast from The Sydney Opera House
AUSLAN and Live-Captioned
Duration: approx 60 minutes.
Rental period: 30 days