Sexism as a Mental Health Crisis

Facing relentless discrimination, social stigma and violence, women are expected to succeed in a system that actively works against them. Anni Hine Moana, Zoe Morrison and Jenny Valentish explore the patriarchal structures exacerbating women’s mental ill-health.

Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 21 July. This session is able to be booked on a Festival Pass.

Supported by Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

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Anni Hine Moana

Anni Hine Moana is a psychotherapist specialising in addiction. Currently undertaking a PhD by research at La Trobe University, using ethnographic...

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Jenny Valentish

Jenny Valentish is the former editor of Time Out Melbourne and also Triple J’s Jmag, and is now a regular contributor to...

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Zoë Morrison

Zoë Morrison is the author of Music and Freedom, which won the 2017 ALS gold medal, the 2016 Readings Prize for new Australian...

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Lefa Singleton Norton

Lefa Singleton Norton is a writer and creative producer. She is the founder of Women in Literary Arts Australia and has written on topics...

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