Festival Program

Conversations

India’s #MeToo Movement

Tue 28 Aug, 6pm
Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, Victoria Room

Indian author and journalist Deepanjana Pal speaks on India’s #MeToo movement and Raya Sarkar’s infamous list of abusive men. What has been the fallout, and where to next?

This session is $22/$19. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 July.

Supported by Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

Duration

1 hour

Session code

1407

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Session Artists

Deepanjana Pal is an author and journalist. Her most recent book is Hush A Bye Baby, a feminist thriller set in Mumbai, India. As a critic, she has written extensively on culture and gender for the past decade. She works with The Hindustan Times and is also part of the selection committee of Mumbai Film Festival.

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