International Women’s Day once more this year found Australia in one of its periodic rounds of head-scratching about why there […]

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On this International Women’s Day 8th March 2019 we look back at some milestones in Australian suffrage and representation. In […]

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NSW State Election – The Facts

February 26, 2019 Activist

The ABC’s Antony Green has created a very handy guide to the NSW State Election. It’s all you ever wanted […]

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We wish Jess Miller [ex Deputy Mayor of Sydney] recently announced as a Keep Sydney Open candidate in the NSW […]

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Independent Hawkesbury candidate MJ Bowyer has explained her vision for the area on the Hawkesbury Gazette’s podcast. Ms Bowyer is […]

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One of the most well-known people in the shire has put her hand up to become the next state member […]

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The first ripple that something might be up came when Julie Bishop walked into Question Time with the Prime Minister. […]

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There were plenty of tears and hugs. And a toddler and pre-schooler watching their mum from the public gallery as […]

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Kelly O’Dwyer has used her final speech in politics to call for the Australian parliament to adopt a British convention […]

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Four years ago, federal MPs Amanda Rishworth, Kate Ellis and Kelly O’Dwyer appeared together in an iconic photograph. But both […]

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History has been made with the unveiling of the official portrait of Australia’s first Indigenous woman to be elected to […]

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Given slow progress toward gender equality in the workplace, governments, along with private-sector organizations, must focus their efforts on specific […]

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The former journalist hoping to defeat one of the Coalition’s most powerful and divisive politicians is lucky to even be […]

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The lack of female politicians on the conservative side of politics in the Federal Parliament is a “joke”, according to […]

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Sarah Henderson and Linda Reynolds defend gender record and argue a quota system does not create cultural change. The Liberal […]

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Sydney, NSW: Former Wentworth by-election candidate Licia Heath today announces her next career move, as the first CEO of Women […]

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Jenny Morris, WFEA Founder and Chair, is also a very experienced business mentor and coach. In fact it was her […]

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History has been made by Tasmania becoming the first Australian state to return a female-majority parliament. To most observers, Tasmania […]

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There is a mood for change in country Victoria, where the success of Cathy McGowan has inspired a movement to […]

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If the Coalition is to tackle the gender gap that is obvious in its federal ranks, then there are strong arguments that […]

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