Victorian election: the tide is changing with women on the run
Ahead of the 2022 Victorian election, Dr Lisa Carson analyses the current state of play and what lessons have been learned since the last Victorian state and federal elections, including the impact of targeted programs like Pathways to Politics making strides towards greater diversity.
A Digital Resilience Toolkit for Women in Politics – #ShePersisted
This digital resilience toolkit by #ShePersisted brings together existing resources for digital security and tactics for preventing and handling the online harms most commonly experienced by women leaders online.
Recommendations for your pathway to politics: Cathrine Burnett-Wake
University of Melbourne Pathways to Politics alum and Member of the Legislative Council for Eastern Victoria Cathrine Burnett-Wake gives her recommendations for content to set you on your pathway to politics.
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.
A truly representative democracy: increasing the representation of Indigenous and culturally diverse women in Australian politics
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.