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Grace under fire

Grace under fire

By Karin Derkley

Legal Biography Women's Rights Workplace 

A film about rural women workers hopes to challenge the acceptance of sexual harassment in the bush. When ANU College of Law academic Dr Skye Saunders sent out an invitation on the virtual equivalent of the “bush telegraph” for women to talk about their experiences in rural workplaces for a PhD research project, she was overwhelmed by the response. As a young woman growing up in regional Orange in NSW, Dr Saunders had experienced behaviours she says were at the time “perplexing” and that later as a workplace discrimination lawyer she recognised as sexual harassment. She wondered whether other rural women were also experiencing such behaviours in their workplace.

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