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Opinion Piece - 31 October 2023

Our response to the Voice referendum

As allies, we know that when it comes to First Nations justice, it is First Nations communities who have the solutions and know what their communities need. We know that this moment is especially hard for First Nations communities and campaigners who disproportionately voted “Yes” for this change and who have championed a Voice to Parliament over the last months.

Opinion Piece - 19 September 2023

Are we equal? It depends on who you ask

The World Economic Forum calculates that we are still 131 years away from achieving gender equality. This means that, based on average predicted lifespans, a girl born in 2062 still won’t see gender equality achieved in her lifetime. This is unacceptable. We must beat this ticking clock and accelerate change. If not, we risk locking out billions of girls around the world from participating fully and richly in life, and the benefit of their contributions.

Opinion Piece - 5 May 2021

Actually Prime Minister, this virus is very political.

To hear Prime Minister Scott Morrison say this week that the pandemic has “nothing to do with politics” was strange, I thought. Politics, at its best, is about holding society together and playing a meaningful role in the world. What could be more political than a global crisis?

Opinion Piece - 1 April 2021

Parliament House Canberra: Toxic culture must end now

Girls in Australia should be growing up believing anything is possible, not being forced to choose between their leadership aspirations or their own safety working in parliament.

But, sadly, after a spate of reports of sexual misconduct in our national parliament, women are increasingly disinterested in pursuing political careers.

Opinion Piece - 17 March 2021

Let’s look beyond our own borders to help lift girls’ education

As Australia emerges from the worst impacts of COVID-19 and our lives start to return to some semblance of normality, it’s vital we keep the devastating impacts of the virus on others in our region at the top of our minds – especially girls wishing to finish their education.

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