The Australian newspaper’s contribution to International Women’s Day this year was this article: “What young women want: Feminism is dead, or at least in desperate need of an extreme makeover.”… Read more »
Women workers are leading the resistance! Paid far less than their counterparts in the rest of Australia, nurses, allied health workers and teachers have ignited a spark in the union… Read more »
This year, Victorian women could win the right to choose, at last. Fifty years of dogged campaigning — in parliament, within the governing Labor Party and in the streets —… Read more »
A call to rebellious sisters: It’s time to turn our vision of a perfect world into a reality. Because we can!
How often have you heard it said that women are the powerless victims of a ruthless society that enslaves us? Or these words, “In a perfect world…”— to shut us… Read more »
It seems as if the federal election has been coming for an eternity! Australia has been in pre-election mode since the Australian Labor Party (ALP) chose its new leadership team… Read more »
Shamima Ali is an Indo-Fijian feminist activist who works with the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC). She visitied Melbourne recently to participate in the Second Latin American and Asia Pacific… Read more »
Saturday morning, October 28, 2006, was freezing and threatening rain in Melbourne. On a day like this, Wellington Parade, outside the Fertility Control Clinic, is like a wind tunnel. But… Read more »