Australia could once count itself among the vanguard of women’s rights reform, being the first country in the world to grant (some) […]

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Freshly endorsed as the Nationals’ deputy leader, Bridget McKenzie was exactly where she wanted to be — up at the […]

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After the federal election and with a few seats still undecided, women are expected to take at least 81 of […]

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For the first time the final approval on policies and funding which affect our lives will be made by an […]

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Days before the federal election, an SBS News-commissioned poll has found the majority of Australians want to see more women, […]

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Rebecca Huntley is a well-known social researcher who’s been looking into what Australians really want from their leaders. The 2019 […]

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The new Morrison government could boost its female representation in the lower house by as much a third in a […]

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The Liberal National Coalition has been re-elected in Australia’s federal election, in a shock result in which Labor lost seats […]

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Politics, whether you love or loathe it (these days I suspect there are few in the former camp), affects us […]

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WFEA Advisor and Adjunct Associate Professor at IGPA, Dr Sonia Palmieri writing in Broad Agenda sends a wish list for […]

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Source: AFR 26th April 2019 Women for Election Australia chief executive Licia Heath said significant barriers remained for female candidates, including […]

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Kerryn Phelps in conversation with Georgie Dent For our inaugural event Georgie Dent from Women’s Agenda interviews Kerryn Phelps, Independent, Member for Wentworth, […]

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If we want more women in government, we have to vote for them. As the 2019 Federal election campaign gets […]

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In Australia, less than one-third of all parliamentarians and one-fifth of all ministers are women. University of Melbourne and the […]

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‘The community took a huge risk in voting for me. However, today it feels less risky to vote for an […]

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NSW’s, newly appointed, Minister for Women, Bronnie Taylor, says she no longer supports gender quotas to boost female representation in […]

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This is what compassion, honesty, and leadership integrity looks like. New Zealand’s new prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, called capitalism a […]

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On opposite ends of Sydney, two very different women are preparing to enter NSW parliament for the first time. Wendy […]

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Can women save the world? A ripped Captain Marvel can rescue us from intergalactic enemies, but down here on planet […]

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At this year’s Federal election, the women’s vote will prove decisive as never before. Kristine Ziwica kicks off a special […]

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