My Walk to Equality is an anthology of essays, stories and poetry written by Papua New Guinean women capturing their everyday struggles and triumphs. A first of its kind for Papua New Guinea, the book was launched on International Women’s Day, in Port Moresby and Brisbane.
Edited by Rashmii Amoah Bell and published by Pukpuk Publications, My Walk to Equality
contributes to the development of national literature and the documentation of women’s voices and experience as an integral element of Papua New Guinea’s national identity.To support wide readership, the Australian High Commission in Port Moresby has purchased 2,000 copies of My Walk to Equality.
With support from the Pacific Women
Support Unit, the books are being distributed to government departments and agencies, libraries, universities as well as women’s groups and non-government organisations. Copies are available for purchase on Amazon
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