Yesterday's Women’s March 4 Justice protests kicked off across the country at midday, with scores of people calling for widespread change in federal parliament following the emergence of high-profile allegations of rape, one against a senior parliamentary staffer by now-former staffer Brittany Higgins, and a second historical allegation against Attorney-General Christian Porter.
Survivor Brittany Higgins attended and spoke at the Canberra protest, while Australian Of The Year and child sexual abuse survivor Grace Tame spoke in Hobart.
A petition with over 93,000 signatures is due also to be delivered by survivors and allies to Parliament House in Canberra, calling for politicians to address structural issues around sexism, misogyny and equality in the parliamentary workplace culture and in the broader community.
Of the tens of thousands of people who marched (the initial crowd estimate for the events was set to be 75,000 across the country), we've collated a few of the signs that really caught out attention.
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