Editor's Agenda

While we still think in terms of "politicians" and "female politicians", we can't pretend gender isn't an issue in politics.
The Daily Telegraph recently ran an article claiming that Peta Credlin is under consideration as the next Sex Discrimination Commissioner. The role has been vacant…
Are the issues that matter to Australian women going to be taken seriously in the election campaign this year?
Gender bias in uni students: what happens to those kids after they graduate In yet more news that should be shocking but is really just…
Women's Agenda sincerely congratulates the people who have been awarded various awards and medals today. The fact that women and people of diverse background have…
No one would hire Ricky Gervais to MC an event and expect him to be a mature, polite, inoffensive host. Outrage comedy is his schtick…
We’ll take the first two weeks of January off, we at Women’s Agenda said. Nothing happens in January, we said. Surely even sexism takes a…
It’s almost Christmas (you’ve probably noticed) and this is the last day Women’s Agenda will be publishing until Tuesday 12th January. We wanted to take…
This year we’ve published 1572 stories on Women’s Agenda, playing witness to what’s been another significant 12 months for women in business. We’ve had the…
Clicktivism gets a bit of a bad rap from the commentariat. It’s often dismissed as the outrageratti clicking ineffectively from their armchairs in the place…
In the immediate aftermath of the spill, I was arguing for time. Turnbull had taken the leadership, but the party hadn’t changed and he needed…
The Australian of the Year Award is often referred to as an honour, recipients always thank the Australia Day Council for giving them the award,…
Turnbull has had a dream run since he took the leadership. Skyrocketing polls, adoring media, and an electorate reacted with the dazed relief of a…
I’ve seen some weird reactions to people talking about having a cleaner (disclaimer: I have one and couldn’t manage my life without her). I don’t…
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