Writing Violence, Writing Change: Amani Haydar, Nour Haydar, Jess Hill, Bri Lee and Jenna Price

FWF18 Writing Violence, Writing Change with Amani Haydar, Nour Haydar, Jess Hill, Bri Lee and chair, Jenna Price.

Content warning: This event deals with themes of sexual violence and may include explicit discussion of sexual assault.

With #MeToo taking off in 2017, talking about violence against women is in the public spotlight more than ever before. How can writing about violence effect systemic change? What challenges do writers face? And where to next?

Listen to the podcast on the Writes 4 Festivals website.

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