Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald spent twenty-eight years developing ways of offering care and healing to women who, as children and or as adults, survived being tortured, trafficked, and who suffered other forms of sexualized exploitation inflicted by their parent(s),… Continue Reading
The Feminist Classics Book Club, hosted by The Women’s Library in Sydney, meets online on the last Thursday of the month to discuss a book that has contributed to the feminist discourse and made a difference to women’s lives. Where… Continue Reading
Brazen Hussies, the feature documentary that traces how the Australian Women’s Liberation Movement was born, is now showing throughout Australia. Using archival records and interviews with those who were there, the film traces the movement from the mid-sixties into the… Continue Reading
Let’s take time to think about the plight of girls throughout the world and be thankful for places like The Women’s Library where girls can come and learn about the delights and downfalls of being female in a supportive all-women… Continue Reading
Contributor: Freÿa Black | Early in 2019, The Women’s Library received an inquiry relating to a possible donation of visual art and feminist theory books from the collection of the late Sydney and Adelaide based artist Frances (Budden) Phoenix (1950-2017).… Continue Reading
UPDATE: The Edna Ryan Awards will be announced on 16 November 2018. You can book tickets on Eventbrite. Catering is by Parliament on King and everyone is welcome.