Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- Recently, thousands of women who took part in a march across Australia, where rape allegations were on the agenda, demanded justice for their fellow country.
The women who marched during the demonstrations drew attention to the dangerous corporate culture and misogyny they encountered.
Hundreds of people, mostly women and dressed in black, gathered outside parliament house in the capital Canberra, carrying banners reading "Justice for Women" and "Men Plead Guilty."
Janine Hendry, one of the organizers of the demonstration, said they stood outside the gates of the parliament building and it was up to the government to cross the threshold.
In his speech, Hendry said they "will not meet behind closed doors."
Prime Minister Scott Morrison told parliament after the incidents that he shared the protesters' concerns.
Morrison said that would not mean that the current government and previous governments had not made well-intentioned and sincere efforts on the issue.
He said no conclusions had been reached.