Walk in My Shoes: Stories by Muslim Women in Canberra
Walk in my Shoes: Stories by Muslim Women in Canberra
Walk in my Shoes: Stories by Muslim Women in Canberra is a collection of digital stories by eight Canberra Muslim women. These remarkable and personal stories that provide an insight into what it is like to be a Muslim woman in Canberra at this time in Australian history.
Walk in my Shoes: Stories by Muslim Women in Canberra is a project produced by PhotoAccess in partnership with Gen S Stories, and funded by an ACT Government 2014-15 Participation (Women's) Grant. The collection of stories were launched in early December 2015, supported by Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres and Canberra Multicultural Community Forum at the Ralph Wilson Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre. Launch guest speakers: Yvette Berry MLA (Minister for Women) and Diana Abdel-Rahman (Chair Canberra Multicultural Community Forum and President of Australian Muslim Voice).
The Walk in my Shoes digital stories are now available to viewed online here.
At the launch event (left to right): Myra, Elza. Muataza, Yvette Berry MLA, Jenni Savigny (Gen S Stories), Sarwat, Janice Falsone (PhotoAccess), Dina, Diana Abdel-Rahman (CMCF)