On Monday we witnessed a great gathering of women across Australia that delivered an inspiring sense of unity, as we marched 4 justice saying “enough is enough”. In Canberra, in cities and towns and online there was a collective calling for change that has not been seen or heard since the 60’s.
“Enough is enough” is an overdue rallying cry to recognise the right for women to be heard, for women to be free of fear, for women to have access to justice. The once tolerated has become the intolerable as thousands stood side by side, united by circumstance, to drive solutions to the pain of inequity, sexual subterfuge and failure to believe. Women and some men aren’t asking for change anymore they are demanding it.
I have never been so exhilarated yet so tired. It was a day that acknowledged the voices of so many survivors of abuse, what they have endured and, for once, the pain of indifference so often characterises their experience. The vision of Janine Hendry, March4Justice organiser, was that “the silenced” were to be heard. The pain of indifference was to be recognised.
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The closest train stations are Town Hall, taking the Park Street exit, or St James Station, taking the Elizabeth Street exit. John R Quinn & Co. is on the corner of Park and Elizabeth.
Best parking is in the Domain parking station. Take the moving footway and cross Hyde Park to reach our offices.