During her time in Australia to accept the 2019 Sydney Peace Prize on behalf of the Me Too movement, Tarana Burke spoke with Vogue Australia's Clare Press about the origins of Me Too, the viral hashtag, and how work to
If it’s possible to galvanise people starting with a hashtag, then so much more is possible, the Sydney Peace prize winner says
After being named among a group of prominent activists against sexual violence known as “the silence breakers” in Time
The founder of the #MeToo movement says Australia’s defamation laws work to silence victims of sexual violence and misconduct, and she “absolutely” believes allegations of sexual assault made against President Donald Trump and US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh.
It’s been two years since #MeToo became part of the zeitgeist. There have been many stories, personal and in the media, that have motivated the public to confront workplace dynamics between men and women, consent, and the nature of sex itself. While these often-devastating narratives
Starting with two words, ‘me too’, women around the world have united in solidarity to share personal experiences about sexual harassment. This global call for change - the Me Too movement - has played a game-changing role in destigmatising the
#MeToo movement founder Tarana Burke and advocate of the Australian anti-harassment drive Tracey Spicer have been awarded the Sydney Peace Prize.
Founder of the global #MeToo movement Tarana Burke and one of the leading faces of the Australian movement, Tracey Spicer,
Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins has announced the MeToo Movement as the winner of the 2019 Sydney Peace Prize.
Ms Jenkins said the global movement, which has had local and international impact in its call to action on sexual assault and
Tarana Burke, the US-based founder of the #MeToo movement, has been awarded the annual prize alongside Spicer, who helped spearhead award-winning investigations into sexual harassment in media workplaces in Australia.
The author and broadcaster was part of a Walkley award-winning team behind
The founder of the #MeToo movement, New York-based activist Tarana Burke, has been awarded this year’s Sydney Peace Prize in conjunction with Australian journalist Tracey Spicer.
The two recipients will receive the prize on behalf of the #MeToo movement on November