Today the AGEC launched our Manifesto for Gender Equality, a comprehensive statement of what true gender equality looks like and […]

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Not only in Australia but right around the world’s democracies, the quality of political leadership is as low as I […]

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Announcing the WFEA EQUIP @ANU Forum, 26 November 2019 Get your tickets NOW!

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Rwanda Leads World With Share Of Women In National Legislature Women hold 64 percent of seats in the lower house of […]

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“Black women have historically driven the American political agenda as organizers and as voters. Now, an increasing number are leading […]

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We get the candidates we deserve. I truly get grumpy when people tell me that but it turns out to […]

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If our most important institutions were more reflective of the population, it’s hard to believe climate denial, racism and sexism […]

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In the messy lead-up to Canada’s 2019 federal election, there has been one surprisingly hopeful news story: gender equality. Contrary […]

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Trump facing impeachment, Boris Johnson on the ropes, WeWork’s CEO ousted ― is time finally up for bumbling leaders? Could […]

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Women in the BIG House

September 18, 2019 Activist

Today Women for Election Australia took our cause to the halls of Parliament House in Canberra. Our CEO Licia Heath […]

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Merit was the key word mentioned when Prime Minister Scott Morrison said those at the NSW State Liberal conference on […]

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Have you seen this political campaign ad from #ValeriePlame who’s running for Congress in New Mexico? Quite the ‘story of self’! If […]

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Women and men will make up equal numbers in the Australian Senate for the first time with the anticipated arrival […]

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Women are not spending as much time working the political circuit as men, which may be limiting women’s ability to […]

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Get Elected by Ruth McGowan

September 5, 2019 Activist

Ruth McGowan is the author of Get Elected, the first national guide on how to run for office.  Ruth shared […]

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Over the weekend in Biarritz, a small seaside town on southwestern France’s Basque coast, two Nobel laureates addressed the G7 […]

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Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our 3rd Annual Conference, Women in the House: INSPIRE on 23rd August […]

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More women than ever are seeking information on a future in politics, but the success rate is still low. A […]

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Licia Heath is the CEO of Women for Election Australia (WFEA) a not-for-profit, non-partisan organisation encouraging and supporting more women […]

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Major mainstream digital news outlets have been criticized in a fresh report for not doing enough to ensure women are […]

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