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International Women’s Day YWCA Brings Women Together

Women must expose sexual harassers boldly, but also wisely

Fiona Nash’s ‘I’m a girl’ suggests you can’t be taken seriously

Reporting of workplace sexual harassment must be the new normal

‘Where are the feminists?’: Peter Dutton insults women because Keysar Trad insulted women

Paying the price of fairness

Miranda: Harassment never about being too soft

Research reveals culture of sexual harassment in rural workplaces

Sexual harassment epidemic in rural Australia

Study conducted ANU shows women working in remote areas likely suffer sexual harassment

Selections from a Vibrant Anthology of Women Reflections

Women’s Celebration Breakfast

Interview With Dr Skye Saunders

Whispers from the bush – the workplace sexual harassment of australian rural women

2018 Conference Speakers

ALL ABOUT THE BOOK

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“I welcome this book. When Dr. Saunders told me about it, my first thoughts were: at last. May ‘Whispers From The Bush’ break the silence of rural women. May it empower and strengthen them to speak out and no longer put up with mistreatment. May it contribute to solidarity among our sisters in dusty, remote places. All of us who live or lived in these places – and have parts of our heart remaining there even when we have moved on – owe Dr Saunders a debt of gratitude.”

Melinda Tankard Reist, Advocate for Women and Girls

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“Whispers from the Bush.. should be mandatory reading for male (and female) employers. It provides a great list of practical recommendations for addressing and reducing the serious harms caused by sexual harassment in Australian workplaces, and particularly in rural workplaces.”

Allison Ballard, Ethos, ACT Law Society, March 2017

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“Skye Saunders’ pioneering research publication speaks volumes about the extent of the ‘cultural epidemic’ of sexual harassment in rural Australian workplaces. ..Saunders’ triumph is her ability to siphon through the information and bring the most salient points to the reader’s attention in a thought-provoking way. It is a credit to the author that a topic so often drenched in statistics preserves the personality and experiences of those who contributed to it. At times the book is hard to put down, at other times the weight of personal stories can make it hard to read at all.”

Richard Bell, Bar News, NSW Bar Association, Winter 2016

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