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“Women, if they’re trying to do things that get them into places they can’t usually be a part of, are labelled as ‘aggressive’ or ‘strident’. They’re not said to be ‘strong’ in the way that people think men are when they behave in the same way.” WOW Festival Executive Producer, Cathy Hunt, on the process of transforming an idea into reality, and the importance of empowering women in all aspects of life

"So it’s the stories like that. The ones that, when it’s over, you will hear all about from women who were inspired by something they’ve seen or heard to leave the festival going, 'Yep, I can do that. I can make that change in my life, as an individual or within my community.' Because they’ve suddenly seen someone who has done it!"
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In Conversation with Kaitlyn Rogers

Kaitlyn Rogers is a Brisbane-based comedian and performer. Ahead of being the only woman in Queensland comedy to take her show, Can I Get An Amen, to Edinburgh's Fringe Festival, Emma sat down with Kaitlyn to talk about getting started as a comedian, overcoming preconceived ideas surrounding female identity, the role of comedy in generating important conversations, and whether Shannon Noll really was robbed.
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Q&A: Ayeesha Ash of La Boîte’s The Village

There's so much factual information that we, as a society, are unaware of when it comes to refugees and asylum seekers. It's challenging, but so important that this work tells as much of this information as possible in a way that includes people in the conversation rather than excluding them.
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