Tag Archive | "Family Motherhood and Home"

“It will be easier for the next woman, and the next woman”

I’m not a Woman For Gillard, I’m not a fan of her policies in general and I will never understand the timing of many of them.  But there’s at least one thing I will always regard Julia Gillard for: the introduction of Disability Care. …

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Thinking of working from home? Work from home DISadvantage suggests it’s not all smooth sailing

If you’re thinking of working from home, then here’s another free resource that you might want to review before you give up your desk in the office.  We’ve heard a lot about why people want to work from home… now this infographic from Internet P…

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Parenting & Work: Tell the politicians what really counts when it comes to childcare, paid parental leave, early learning and more

Parenting and work – and how to combine the two – are critical issues for our communities.  Since launching the Make Care Fair petition three years ago, a lot has changed in the world of childcare, paid parental leave and the needs of …

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Strengthening Society by Investing in Women & Girls – new guide to genderwise philanthropy launched today

I’m embarrassed to say it’s been a month since my last post.  A productive and very fruitful month, and all the same I’m frustrated that I haven’t been able to post on all the amazing programs and women I’ve been in c…

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Women in Media – Stereotypes, Representation and What Audience Wants… but is anyone listening?

I was planning to write a post about The Boob himself (aka David Koche) on Sunday afternoon but ended up out of action after pinching a nerve in my back (ouch!).  Thankfully while I’ve been laid out, Clementine Ford published an opinion piece yest…

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5 things women need to tell men about flexible work

This was the title of my first article published in the launch edition of Women’s Agenda and I think it’s a great starting place for change.  Flexibility: it’s the new f-word. Ask any working mum what matters
most to them in a job, and she’ll prob…

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