Hear from Minnie King and Dr Nina Hall about their work in remote Indigenous communities, speaking with young people about their knowledge and experiences with periods.

“The results were dynamic, engaged and important conversations. The schoolgirls we engaged with were aged from ten to 18 years old, and they had so much to share…when we shared the girls’ challenge priorities, the boys reflected on this as the experience of their mums, sisters and girlfriends (see Table 2). They fired into action with big-hearted ideas: ‘Buy it yourself for her’, ‘give them respect …  understanding … sympathy’, ‘don’t go round telling everyone (that they’ve got it)’, and my personal favourite: ‘Keep some stock in your ute’.”

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