Pathways to Politics
Campaigning – what went well, what did you wish you’d known? What’s it actually like being in Parliament? Three newly elected Victorian MPs and Pathways alums reflect on campaigning and their first few months in office.
Whether you’re thinking of running for office at a local, state or federal level, there are some important steps to take to ensure that your assets are safeguarded and protected. Arnold Bloch Leibler lawyers explain more in this video.
Senate candidates (and Pathways alum) Susan Benedyka and Karen Kim share their experiences of running in the 2022 federal election, what they wish they’d known before they ran, and their tips for future Senate candidates.
Journalist and speechwriter Joel Deane’s 10 tips to help you nail the first draft of your political speech.
Think of a “stump speech” as the political version of an elevator pitch. Award-winning journalist and speechwriter Joel Deane explains the five things you need to consider before you get started on yours.
Are voters purposefully moving away from the two major parties, and is this a turning point in the future of Australian politics? Andrea Carson, Cathy McGowan AO and Dr Nick Barry discuss.
Free, downloadable guide from the Victorian Women’s Trust – how to run a ‘kitchen table conversation’ to engage and organise around the issues that affect your community.
An episode of Australian Story focusing on former Independent Member for Indi and “godmother of the independents movement”, Cathy McGowan AO.
Who are the women running in the 2022 federal election? Women Elect tracks female candidates across all parties and seats.
New research from the Barbara Lee Family Foundation reveals how political candidates’ race, political party and gender interact to influence voter opinion when more than one woman is on the ballot.