In this episode of Ending Domestic Abuse, Dr. Ludy Green expands the topic of domestic violence beyond the United States. Special guest Dr. Emma Fulu, an Australia-based activist who works to help violence victims globally, shares her perspective, successes, and goals for preventing violence against women during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Founder and Executive Director of The Equality Institute, Australia
Dr Emma Fulu, PhD, is a researcher, social entrepreneur and feminist activist with over 15 years’ experience working on the prevention of violence against women and girls.
She is the founder and Executive Director of the Equality Institute, a global feminist agency dedicated to the prevention of violence against women and girls. She is also the co-founder of VOICE, a non-profit organization that works with women and girls in conflict and disaster settings all over the globe to amplify their solutions to violence in their own communities.
Emma is a representative on the Victorian Government’s Ministerial Council on Women’s Equality, the co-chair of the Gender and Rights Advisory Panel of the World Health Organization, and publishes widely in academic journals, magazines and blogs on gender issues.