Julia Gillard’s misogyny speech: 10 years on – with Mary Beard
Ten years on, Julia Gillard’s “misogyny speech” continues to inspire and challenge people to call out sexism and misogyny. In conversation with Professor Mary Beard, Julia Gillard explores the legacy of the speech and talks what comes next in the fight for equality.
The Woman President: a conversation with Dr Ramona Vijeyarasa
Do women leaders lead differently? And are women leaders necessarily better for women? Carol Schwartz talks to Dr Ramona Vijeyarasa about Ramona’s new book, The Woman President: Leadership, Law and Legacy for Women Based on Experiences from South and Southeast Asia.
Australian Indigenous women and political leadership: a conversation with Michelle Deshong, Dr Michelle Evans and Kat Henaway
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.
Program helps inspire Leigh on her pathway to politics
QUT Pathways to Politics alum Leigh McReady shares her rich learnings from the program which have paved her way to take on a significant leadership role in the LNP and to make a difference as a party leader and future politician.
Women, politics and boy’s clubs: when women get organised, watch out
Guardian Australia article about Pathways to Politics and other programs around the country aiming to get more women elected and create a more representative parliament. By Sally Dillon, alum of QUT’s Pathways to Politics program.