Ginger Gorman

Ginger Gorman is an award-winning social-justice journalist, who in 2013, together with her family, suffered first-hand the effects of online hate. It was this experience that set her on her professional journey into the world of trolls. Her series of articles on trolling for Fairfax newspapers in 2017 went viral, and became some of the most read Australian stories of the year. Ginger has written and spoken extensively about trolling and social media self-defence in Australian and global contexts, and is the author of Troll Hunting (2019).




Writing Dangerously

Ginger Gorman, Antony Loewenstein and Mark Dapin have all thrown caution to the wind and taken great risks in their work as writers. How far have they gone – and how far are they willing to go? Is the need to express views and inform an audience worth the danger involved? Moderated by Julie Szego,…

May 4, 2020

#MeToo: Now and Later

Following the arrival of the #MeToo moment, where are we heading? Has real change occurred or are we stuck in an intractable morass? Join Miriam Sved, Ginger Gorman and David Leser as they courageously grapple with this historical turning point and explore subtleties of the new gendered landscape, for good and ill. Moderated by Angela…

May 3, 2020