Jill Marsh, Helen Dalley-Fisher, and Sally Moyle

With Virginia away, Jill Marsh takes the hot seat for a big broad chat with Helen Dalley-Fisher and Sally Moyle. The BroadTalkers tackle the leaked draft judgement in the US that threatens to fundamentally shift the dial back on abortion rights, the spectacle of soft-shouting blokes at the leaders' debates, and climate change.


Helen Dalley-Fisher is the Convenor of the Equality Rights Alliance based in Canberra. ERA is Australia’s largest network of organisations advocating for women’s equality and leadership. Before ERA, Helen trained in law and worked in the community legal sector, where she specialised disability discrimination.


Sally Moyle is an Honorary Associate Professor at the ANU’s Gender Institute and Vice president of the National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW). Sally has an extensive background in international development policy and practice. She was previously Chief Executive Officer at CARE Australia, prior to which she was the Principal Gender Specialist and Assistant Secretary with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Sally has also held senior government roles in the Office for Women, in Indigenous Affairs, Disability and AusAid; and as a lawyer Sally worked in the Australian Human Rights Commission and the Australian Law Reform Commission.


Jill Marsh is passionate about supporting collecting and research institutions and connecting people with them. She has worked at cultural institutions in Australia and the United Kingdom including the National Gallery in London, British Museum, Queensland Museum, and the World Science Festival in Brisbane.


BroadTalk is produced by Martyn Pearce for BroadTalk Media.


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