Tag Archive | "Gender Balance"

Make Care Fair – update on childcare reform petition and meeting with Minister Ellis and her response

This is a long overdue update on the Make Care Petition which many of you will know I launched almost two years ago to get childcare reform on the political agenda.  At the time of the petition launch we ran a survey and 86% of respondents said th…

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Over 2,000 women vie for just 30 places in BBC Expert Women’s Day initiative PLUS how to join the Women in Media expert database

With a 9:1 male/female expert ratio on the BBC1 News at Ten, it’s no wonder the network is looking for female talent to add to its expert panel. So what is the biggest obstacle women face in getting on air?  Themselves and the Imposter Syndrome, a…

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BREAKING NEWS: 2GB Radio invites Women onto the Air – voice your support to keep us there!

BIG NEWS here today is that I’ve just received a call from Ben Fordham’s Sydney Live team at 2GB inviting me and Kayley Harris to co-host Ben’s Happy Hour program tonight from 5-6pm.  Kayley and I have been working on a concept t…

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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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Women On Boards: Moving From ‘Why’ To ‘How’ – some good insights from EY and ForbesWoman on making change happen

One last word on Women On Boards: I really liked this piece from ForbesWoman and thought it worth sharing for it’s tips on HOW to create real change for gender balance (thanks Carol for sending the link!)  The articles links to Ernst & Young&r…

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Women on Boards Pt. 5 – Census shows female directors on Australian public companies also at all time high

To wrap up this week’s theme of Women on Boards I’m attaching the 2012 Census of Women in Leadership produced by the Gender Equality in the Workplace Agency (formerly the EOWA) and launched on 27th November – so you may have already s…

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This is so up my alley. "In order to liberate women, we need to liberate men." (Anne Hathaway - UN Women Goodwill Ambassador). Because love is love, and parents are parents, and we need social policy and workplace cultures that encourages fathers to spend as much time with their children as mothers do. ... See MoreSee Less

"We need to liberate men in order to liberate women." Our Goodwill Ambassador Anne Hathaway speaking on paid parental leave on International #WomensDa...

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Check this out, I'm in awe. My friend Ronni Kahn is at it again, disrupting the food supply chain, offering food security to the vulnerable. I've shared before about OzHarvest. When I first met Ronni ten years ago I knew she was special, but what she has achieved and continues to achieve truly blows my mind. She cares so much about the people that OzHarvest serves, and every person in her life, and gives her everything to make sure that no person needs to go hungry. The international expansion of OzHarvest is awesome, and this "take what you need" supermarket in Sydney is just brilliance. Repurposing and rehoming surplus food, keeping it out of landfill so that we all benefit and business overheads are lowered. Win. Win. Win. Love it! ... See MoreSee Less

Opening Australia's first rescued food supermarket, OzHarvest Market at 147 Anzac Parade, Kensington in Sydney. Visit www.ozharvest.org/market for mo...

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