I have also published academically, on the internet, in news media (i.e. Pipalbot, Nepalese community newspaper) for popular press and other. I currently blog on issues for women in Nepal for Asha Nepal, a UK charity and Non-Government Organisation (NGO) based in Nepal, who work with women who have been sexually abused and trafficked for sexual exploitation. In 2020, I was interviewed by Deakin University’s Disruptr team for International Women’s Day on progress beyond my PhD research in Nepal, ‘International Women’s Day – celebrating women in research’ and also in my previously held role of managing the day-to-day running of Deakin University’s theatre-based education programs, ‘Theatre-based education programs for public health’. This follows numerous interviews by Deakin Invenio and Navigator teams during my PhD journey.
Ong, T, Mellor, D & Chettri, S 2021, ‘ “Females are always dominated and disregarded by males, just because they are female”: the continuation of patriarchal norms for young trafficked women in Nepal’, Culture, Health and Sexuality, pp.1-16.
Ong, T, Mellor, D & Chettri, S 2019, ‘Multiplicity of stigma: the experiences, fears and knowledge of young trafficked women in Nepal’, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 32-48.
Ong, T 2011, ‘From out of the shadows: a creative arts therapist’s reflections on bringing endometriosis into the arts therapy milieu’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Arts Therapy,vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 91-100.
Internet, news media, popular press and other:
- Ong, T. 2009, ‘Secret women’s business: living with endometriosis’, Finally at 40, Life Begins, Jacob Publishing, Melbourne.
- Ong, T 2008, ‘A surgical solution’, Medical Observer, CPM Medica Australia Pty. Ltd., Sydney.