Tag Archive | "Feminism"

10 questions for Gloria Steinem on feminism, the fight for equality and what she’s learned along the way

Gloria Steinem paved the way for feminism around the world and now, at age 77, she’s as committed as ever to the belief that women deserve an equal footing to men… but according to Steinem we’re not there yet. In this interview Australia’s own Belinda Luscombe, an editor-at-large of TIME magazine examines how Steinem has […]

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Are we equals? “Until the answer is yes, we must never stop asking”

In last week’s celebration of the centenary of International Women’s Day, I heard a lot of comments from men and women about why we even need a day to reflect on the contribution that women make to our community, workplaces and economies.  I listened patiently to the satirical talkback on ABC radio mocking the call […]

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Childcare and Careers – do they mix?

At a networking event recently a businessman mentioned that his wife – a highly educated, highly experienced professional – had left her role in an accounting firm after their children were born because “after the cost of childcare it was hardly worth her while to continue to work”.  Their children are now in school and […]

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“A full-time career? Why should I be doing this to myself?” Why close to a million women choose not to participate in the workforce – a guest post by Ingrid Messner

Do these ‘ladies of leisure’ pose a threat to Australia’s productivity? This is what a recent headline in The Australian newspaper indicated. The blame seems to be on us women – if only we were to choose to work, the danger of the ticking population time-bomb will be so much smaller. I’m not sure that […]

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One child equals a “nominal family”? Women choosing to “marry up” in preference to establishing a career? When women attack women everyone loses

Earlier this week I wrote about the fact that everyone loses when women leave their careers.  The same is true when women attack women: everyone loses.  I’ve seen first hand the vengeance of stay at home mums whoattack women for using childcare.  Then there’s the Ladder Kickers who get to the top and refuse to support the […]

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Why Australia must embrace a new wave of feminism

This is the topic of a presentation I’ll be delivering this Friday evening at TedXWoolloomooloo in Sydney.  I’ll be taking to the stage alongside a number of thoughtleaders including an Indigenous Elder, a Fellow of Lowy Institute, a future thinker and a heatlth economist… each of us arguing the case for the topic we are […]

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Super excited to to hear The SheEO Jen Dalitz who will be MC at our upcoming International Women's Day luncheon. Self described as change agent, flexible worker, gender balancer, farmer, writer and speaker on #followership, happy mum & lover of life. And she has an awesome honest way of speaking that doesn't pull any punches.......should be a great event with her at the helm! If you haven't heard of Jen, read her blog, it's rather awesome. Get your tickets via the link in our bio. Every dollar from raffle sales helps #WearforSuccess support people facing barriers to employment. ... See MoreSee Less

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11-year-old Australian surfing star Sabre is one of my favorite people I met this year, and she’s about to be one of yours.

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Raw. Real. Remembering just some of the magical talent that departed our realm last year.

Music is such a gift, it lightens our load and brings such joy, and how lucky are we to experience all of these fantabulous artists in our lifetime??

Of course their memories will live on in their songs that I'll certainly continue to belt out ad infinitum (karaoke tribute night anyone?!)

Thanks Keith Urban for a moving musical tribute. Fair dinkum mate, it's a ripper...
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Keith Urban pays tribute to some of the iconic musicians we lost in 2016 in a moving medley. 🎶 #Studio10

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