“From a well being perspective, intersectionality of race, religion, gender and mental health is critical to public health because it ’embraces rather than avoids the complexities that are essential to understanding social inequities’ which in turn manifest in health inequities. Indeed, acknowledging WHO we are, affects HOW we are. Further, Intersectionality of feminism and how this translates to the representation of diversity in leadership– or lack thereof, leaves a massive inequality gap in society”
This is an excerpt from my oration for the 2017 Dame Roma Memorial luncheon, by Vic Women Lawyers & the Law Institute of Vic #iwd2017 #beboldforchange #moversandshakers #makeanoise #endmisogyny #endpatriarchy #endracsim #endislamophobia #endhomophobia