Aside from the most recent podcast below, also available are:
a) Meena Vannitamby talking to Debbie Draybi, Psychologist from the
Transcultural Mental Health Services about mental health issues
effecting migrant and refugee women. The barriers to effective provision
of mental health services in Australia are also discussed
b) Part two of a report on polygamous marriages in Malaysia. We speak to Professor
Noraini and Adibah Jodi from the polygamy research team at the Sisters
in Islam organisation about their research conductd on Malaysian
society's acceptance of polygamy.
All the best,
This week on Accent of Women, the show consisted of:
Topic: Young ethnic women as emerging artists; Christmas shopping and human rights in China
Guests: Lina Deng; YiYi Cheng from Sacom (www.sacom.hk)
Produced by: Sonia Randhawa
Music by: Skunk Anansie
This week, Sonia Randhawa talks to Lina Deng, a young Sudanese woman
about an arts forum for emerging multicultural artists, and with YiYi
Cheng about labour practices in China and why they're tainting toys this
of Women is a show produced by and about women from culturally and
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