5 Things You Need to Know Today

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Ash Barty wins Wimbledon It was a historic moment for both the Indigenous people of Australia and for women in >>
5 Things You Need to Know Today

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First all-female referee team for the NRLW women’s State of Origin For the first time in history, the NRLW Women’s >>
5 Things You Need to Know Today

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First female president appointed to The Louvre For the first time in 228 years, art historian Laurence des Cars, has >>
Gender equality: Where do we stand after COVID19?

Author: Jessica Olson

Applying a gender lens is one very critical and useful step when it comes to designing policy and funding responses that reflect different effects on men and women. The pandemic affected the entire population; however, the negative impact was greater on Australian women than it was on Australian men.>>
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Study shows women make up just one-third of Australia’s professional astronomers An analysis published in the journal Nature Astronomy revealed >>
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First female jockey wins Britain’s Grand National horse race 31-year-old Irishwoman, Rachael Blackmore, rode the horse Minella Times to victory >>
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Lena Dunham announces plus-size fashion range 11 Honoré and Lena Dunham’s five-piece collection marks the retailer’s first-ever celebrity partnership. Designed >>
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Richest Aussie women revealed The AFR has revealed the nation’s richest women so who tops the list? Iron ore magnate >>
4 ways to get active on International Women’s Day

Author: Jessica Olson

This year the theme for International Women’s Day is #ChooseToChallenge, calling everyone to challenge the status quo by celebrating female achievements, creating room for gender equality and removing bias. Here’s how you can be part of this. >>
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Japanese twin sisters have become multi-millionaires via the stock market Less than 5% of software companies in Japan are led >>