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Victoria's Minister for Women, Fiona Richardson, on the first International Day For Women In Science, how it highlights wider inequality, and what we can all…
Technology has been a huge boon for women, in many ways. But it is also being used against us. We need to make sure the…
Sam faced challenges other kids didn't have to overcome, and his ATAR reflected that. But his future, his career and his abilities proved what he…
Not only is workplace flexibility for BOTH parents good for everyone involved, most men actually want it!
Bruce Bolam, from VicHealth, on the barriers to women joining in the athletic activities that could be so beneficial to their health.
We hear it often. ‘You must talk to your kids about staying safe online’. Many of us do, but are we saying enough? The online…
In a joint statement issued last week by the Federal Attorney General and Minister for Social Services, we saw a welcome commitment by both parties…
The women of the Suffragette movement are often depicted as pioneers in the struggle for female emancipation. But Edwardian women were not the founding mothers…
I took in a staggering amount of email on Christmas day last year. It would have been an anomaly on a working day, let alone…
If you’ve been an avid reader of Women’s Agenda for quite some time, as I have, you would’ve picked up on an underlying theme in…
The Australian Financial Review reported yesterday on the results of research into discrimination against working mothers: More than half of all working mothers in Australia…
For the organisers of Melbourne tech conference Above All Human, getting an equal gender split in its speakers wasn’t a great achievement. Taking place on…
You may have been following the storm in the teacup that has been brewing as a result of litigation involving ANZ Bank, strip clubs and…
After Christmas, I took my almost 3-year old son to see an Australian Ballet Company production for children: The Sleeping Beauty Storytime Ballet. The Australian…
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