Tens of thousands of people have turned out to marches across Australia, protesting against the sexual abuse and harassment of women in the country. They were spurred by a recent wave of allegations of sexual assault, centred around Australia's parliament. The allegations have focused scrutiny on the conservative government. The protests were organised a week ago, after Attorney General Christian Porter revealed he was the subject of a 1988 rape allegation - which he denies.
Teachers and advocacy groups call the plan a ‘privatization scheme’ that will undermine public education