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Recognising mums of another stolen generation – Senate Committee releases Forced Adoption recommendations

Did you catch this week’s Four Corners program on the forced adoption practices in Australia? (If you missed it, you can watch it on iView here – it’s absolutely brilliant journalism by the FourCorners team.)  The program covered the policies and…

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Do 90 percent of women still change their name on marriage?

In this post on Hoopla today, Lisa Linton shared her experiences in being a married woman who has retained her maiden name.  As someone who has done the same (for many of the usual reasons mentioned in her article), it was bound to get my attention.  But it was the comment that “that (there) is […]

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Elsie Women’s Refuge for women and children – can you help?

Elsie Women’s Refuge provides a safe haven for women (and their children) who are escaping domestic violence. It then seeks to secure more permanent accommodation for them. Usually the women and children arrive with little, if anything, more than the clothes they are wearing. They are constantly in need of women’s and children’s clothes and […]

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Support National Adoption Awareness Week –

This week is National Adoption Awareness Week (NAAW) and I must send a huuuuuuge thank you to Karen James at Women in Focus for inviting me to fundraising breakfast for NAAW yesterday… Not just any breakfast, of course, but I had the chance to share a table and breakfast with Deborrah-Lee Furness.  Deborrah-lee is the […]

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The Superwoman Myth – and why it applies just as much to men as to women

“It seems that “having it all” – or, if you prefer, “doing it all” – is no longer a question of “can she?” or “can’t she?”. It is a fact of life”, says Rachel Hills in her weekend article in Sunday Life on The Superwoman Myth.  Hot on the heels of Sarah-Jessica Parker’s new movie […]

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Bringing men on the journey towards gender balance – 4 signs of hope!

How do we bring men on the journey towards gender balance? I’ve long been pondering this question… and I’ve long observed that the only progress more glacial than the advancement of women into leadership roles is the journey of men towards enlightenment.  However I’ve observed four things over the past fortnight that give me some […]

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