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By Alicia D’Arcy, Features Sub-Editor Yesterday, university students met with Pru Goward, Minister for Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, at NSW Parliament House for a consultation session regarding the sexual assault strategy the NSW government is currently developing. At the meeting, at which there were

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By Shaki Srikanth Shakti Srikanth has been on a three-month internship in Bangalore over the summer. 1 January 2017: Indian women wake up with bruises, not hangovers. Reports emerge of widespread sexual violence in the nation’s Silicon Valley – Bangalore. Women tell of being groped, physically assaulted

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So often, the relationships that are deemed most important in media are those of heterosexual, romantic couples. In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, Tharunka looks at the very female and rarely simple relationships that colour the lives of women – relationships that are

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In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, Tharunka is publishing a series of stories written by women, about women. By Hayley Barrington Historically, ideas of oppression such as racism, sexism, homophobia etc. were viewed as free standing. However, intersectionality holds that these various forms of

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