In April, Prime Minister Rudd named Quentin Bryce as the first woman to hold the position of Governor-General in its 107-year existence. The constitutional powers of the G-G are to… Read more »
By November this year, Victorians will have new abortion laws. For the first time in 50 years, women and their doctors will no longer face possible imprisonment, as stated in… 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 »
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 »
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 »