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Podcast: Licia Heath on What she did next

Podcast: Licia Heath on What she did next

Our fearless leader and CEO, Licia Heath recently spoke to Jacquie Ooi for her podcast WHAT SHE DID NEXT.  Listen to this episode NOW! Find out more about Licia's motivations and why she is so passionate about inspiring more women to enter politics (at every level) to...

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Licia Heath on The Drum, 5 March 2020

Licia Heath on The Drum, 5 March 2020

Watch Women for Election Australia CEO, Licia Heath on ABC's The Drum. Host: Julia BairdPanel: Diana Sayed, Licia Heath, Peter Collins, Jenna PriceGuest: Kate Jenkins, Andrew WearThe panel discusses family violence as state and federal leaders prepare to meet to...

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Radio: ABC Afternoons, Licia Heath & Jenny Morris

Radio: ABC Afternoons, Licia Heath & Jenny Morris

Radio: ABC Afternoons, Licia Heath & Jenny Morris Listen to Licia Health, CEO WFEA and Jenny Morris, Founder & Chair of WFEA interviewed by Paula Kruger on ABC Afternoons on the eve of our Women for Election EQUIP @ANU Forum. You can grab one of the last few...

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Article: Event to increase women in politics

Article: Event to increase women in politics

Article: Event to increase women in politics Article published in The Canberra Times and written by Sally Whyte. When Licia Heath ran as an independent candidate at the Wentworth by-election last year, she had little idea what she was in for. Since that "six week...

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Article: Women – your parliament needs you!

Article: Women – your parliament needs you!

Article: Women - your parliament needs you! Article published in Her Canberra and written by Emma Macdonald. Purchase tickets here >>> MARGARET THATCHER ONCE STATED: IF YOU WANT SOMETHING SAID, ASK A MAN: IF YOU WANT SOMETHING DONE ASK A WOMAN. But when it...

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Next EQUIP Workshop Canberra Nov 26th 2019

Next EQUIP Workshop Canberra Nov 26th 2019

Our EQUIP workshops promise to leave you feeling empowered and ready to run by helping you develop the practical knowledge needed to navigate the political arena. Don't miss the next EQUIP event and get your ticket for our Canberra event on 26th November today! Get...

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Manifesto of the Australian Gender Equality Council

Manifesto of the Australian Gender Equality Council

Today the AGEC launched our Manifesto for Gender Equality, a comprehensive statement of what true gender equality looks like and what is required to achieve it. While covering 12 dimensions of work and life, it importantly identifies the causes of inequality, not just...

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Gareth Evans: how to be a successful political leader

Gareth Evans: how to be a successful political leader

Not only in Australia but right around the world’s democracies, the quality of political leadership is as low as I can ever remember it – ranging, with only a handful of exceptions, from the underwhelming to the desolate to the appalling. Gareth Evans looks at what it...

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Black women take US mayoral reins in record numbers.

Black women take US mayoral reins in record numbers.

"Black women have historically driven the American political agenda as organizers and as voters. Now, an increasing number are leading the biggest cities in the United States. In 2013, one black woman was mayor of a major U.S. city, but black women today run seven of...

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Women in the BIG House

Women in the BIG House

Today Women for Election Australia took our cause to the halls of Parliament House in Canberra. Our CEO Licia Heath and Jenny Morris our Founder and Chair walked for 10km through the Senate offices meeting and greeting the female Senators and thanking them for being a...

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More women! But only those with merit: Scott Morrison

More women! But only those with merit: Scott Morrison

Merit was the key word mentioned when Prime Minister Scott Morrison said those at the NSW State Liberal conference on Saturday should get more women in Parliament. “I want to see more women in our parliament and I want to see the NSW division work with me and my team...

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