Pathways to Politics
2023 applications are now open – in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.
Presented by Politics in Colour, we are proud to support this free political candidate training designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and women of colour who are interested in running for office.
New Pathways to Politics programs launch at the University of Canberra and the University of Adelaide to lift gender equality and diversity in Australian politics.
What’s new to the Knowledge Hub – including women in the Victorian election coverage, strategies to achieve gender equality in local government, a panel discussion about women’s political power and leadership in office, and some podcast recommendations.
A record number of alum of the Pathways to Politics Program for Women from across the political spectrum are standing in the 2022 Victorian state election.
This special dossier features 7 of the 19 Pathways to Politics alums who are running in the 2022 Victorian election. They tell us about their personal ‘pathway to politics’, their motivations for running, and give recommendations for content that will help support, guide, inspire and engage other women on their political journey.
What’s new to the Knowledge Hub – including tips & reflections from Australian Senate candidates Susan Benedyka and Karen Kim, interviews with Virginia Trioli and “The Woman President” author Dr Ramona Vijeyarasa, and local government insights.
Here’s what we added to our Knowledge Hub in August 2022 – including recommendations from Shoalhaven Councillor and Pathways to Politics NSW alum Moo D’Ath, and a Sydney Ideas panel featuring Sally Sitou MP, Kylea Tink MP, Anne Twomey and Tim Soutphommasane.
Pathways to Politics is calling for applications for our inaugural Northern Territory program based at Charles Darwin University.
Here’s what we added to our Knowledge Hub in July 2022 – including tips on political speechwriting from award-winning journalist and speechwriter Joel Deane, exclusive to the Hub.