Ginger Gorman is the 2023 recipient of the Making a Feminist Difference in Media Communication award. She is a Canberra-based award-winning social justice and investigative journalist and author of the best-selling 2019 book ‘Troll Hunting: Inside the world of online hate and its human fallout.’
Julia Zemiro has been an extraordinary role model and mentor for women across a wide variety of media roles, including stand-up comedy and improvisation, both of which are male dominated fields.
Awardee, Denise Thompson is an independent scholar who has been writing about feminism and the status of women for over four decades.
Awardee, Emily Mayo mentors young women unionists and has been involved in the founding of ground-breaking campaigns and movements like ‘Destroy the Joint’.
Awardee, Journalist activist Jess Hill has led a significant national public crusade to build awareness of the domestic violence crisis through the writing of her award-winning book ‘See What You Made Me Do’ and the follow up TV series on SBS.
Awardee, Sunita Gloster is an advisor to UN Women Australia (UNWA), and the driving force behind the gender equality campaign that asked #whenwillsheberight?
The Ednas Recipient list, 2021 –
For consistent promotion of feminist perspectives in the media.
Erika Addis is one of Australia's most highly regarded cinematographers and has worked in film and television since graduating in cinematography at the Australian Film and Television School in 1979. In an area of the media still highly dominated by men, Erika has been...