Pathways to Politics
This Candid Conversations recording from Politics in Colour features Aboriginal federal election candidates Senator Dorinda Cox, Jackie Bennett, Cr Trish Frail and Tabatha Young.
This study shows that Indigenous Australian candidates are usually winners – and Indigenous women have a higher success rate than men.
A list of candidates of colour running for election, compiled by the Centre of Multicultural Political Engagement, Literacy and Leadership.
Three remarkable advocates and change makers in conversation about the political participation of Indigenous women in Australia, initiatives designed to support Indigenous leadership, and their advice for Indigenous women who are thinking about running for elected office.
Politics in Colour aims to amplify diversity in politics. They provide workshops and training to assist diverse Australians considering a career in politics and address the challenges facing people from under-served communities.
QUT Pathways to Politics alum and Federal Labor Candidate for Bowman Donisha Duff gives her recommendations for content to set you on your pathway to politics.
UNSW Pathways to Politics alum Takesa Frank gives her recommendations for content to set you on your pathway to politics.
Informed by over 2,000 First Nations women and girls, Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) is a once in a generation Report, providing a well overdue gender-lens across all aspects of life, showing that women are doing the backbone work of society.
This report by Pathways to Politics alum Stephanie Milione for EMILY’s List Australia explores the challenges and opportunities female candidates face and how they can best be supported.
Proud Torres Strait Islander Cr Vonda Malone hopes the recognition she has received as McKinnon Emerging Political Leader of the Year (2017) will encourage both women and Indigenous representatives from remote communities to come forward to represent their communities in the political arena.