GWH Media and Communications CoP: with Tarang Chawla
Join Gippsland Women's Health and special guest - Tarang Chawla - for the July Media and Communications Community of Practice.
Tarang Chawla is a recovering lawyer, storyteller, campaigner and activist. Tarang is the co-founder of Not One More Niki, a campaign to end violence against women and children, named in honour of his younger sister Nikita who was murdered in 2015. Tarang is a Victorian Multicultural Commissioner, sessional academic at Monash University and is on the Board of the Australian Republic Movement. In 2022, Tarang hosted “There’s No Place Like Home”, a double award-winning podcast about domestic abuse, has been named a Young Australian of the Year Finalist, the Young Community Achiever of the Year Award Winner, twice listed as one of the Top 25 Most Influential People Working for Social Change and one of Australia’s Top 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australians. Tarang’s work has appeared across all Australian media outlets on TV, print, online and internationally on the BCC, Times of India and Hindustan Times.
- 11am: Event Begins.
- Introduction and Acknowledgement of Country
- Fiona Passarin presents Media Reporting on Family Violence
- 11:50am - 12pm: Break
- 12pm - 12:45pm: Q&A with Tarang Chawla - Violence Against Women: Online and in the Media
- 12:45pm: Final acknowledgements and updates
- 1:00pm - Event Close
For event information and queries, please contact Elissa - Elissa.Duck@gwhealth.asn.au. For Make the Link training sessions, capacity building opportunities or prevention of violence against women queries, please contact Fiona - Fiona.Passarin@gwhealth.asn.au