Changing the Story: Reporting on Violence Against Women
Thursday, 27 Oct 2016, 02:30pm - 03:30pm
How did violence against women progress from its position on the fringes of newsworthiness … and move to prominence on front pages and news bulletins? Our team of researchers and journalists shed some light.
Denise Ryan-Costello is a journalism lecturer at Swinburne University, who also writes for the Age and the digital magazine Issimo. Denise has won many journalism awards in her 30 year career as an editor, writer and lecturer. Research interests include refugees and digital journalism. ... Read more
Margaret Simons is Associate Professor in the School of Media, Film and Journalism, Monash University. In 2015, she won the Walkley Award for Social Equity Journalism. Her recent books include Six Square Metres, Self-Made Man: The Kerry Stokes Story, What’s Next in Journalism?, Journalism at ... Read more
Loni Cooper is a journalist with more than ten years’ experience in radio and television. She has spent the past three years working as a researcher on ABCTV’s Media Watch and is currently a producer and presenter with ABC NewsRadio. Her work has been published in the Sydney Morning... Read more
Miki Perkins is a senior writer at the Age who reports on social affairs. Her stories cover topics like family violence, mental health, gender and disability. She has won national and Victorian awards for her stories on family violence.
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