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The power of documentary in laying bare the misogyny experienced by Julia Gillard
Documentary occupies a unique place in the storytelling space. It captures and reflects our distant and not so distant history, to understand the moment we live in now. We are living in decisive times. Systems are being disrupted and challenged. And with that, is an opportunity for change.
Incarceration Nation exposes the racist foundations of policing and imprisonment in Australia, but at what cost?
“They killed him.”
David Dungay Jr died in Sydney’s Long Bay prison in 2015. In the opening scene of the documentary Incarceration Nation, Dunghutti woman Aunty Leetona Dungay, David’s mother, sets the scene for what viewers are about to witness.
The Social Impact of Australia’s Arts & Cultural Sector
The UTS Social Impact Toolbox is empowering organisations to evaluate their social impact in a way that is reliable, accessible and free. It aims to build the capacity of the not-for-profit sector through democratising access to the validated tools, resources and methodologies needed to evaluate and communicate social impact.
The Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney opened to the public on 18 November 2020. The museum has free entry and brings together the University of Sydney's collections of antiquities, natural history, historic photographs, cultural artefacts and art.