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Ladies’ choice: secret Labor doc shows affirmative action gains

The Victorian branch of the ALP is still falling behind the national target when it comes to female representation, but with fewer men being elected this time around, gains are being made.

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If Forbes can’t find powerful women, who can?

Try to find women on Forbes’ list of the world’s most powerful people. It’s depressing, but quotas aren’t necessarily the answer.

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Foreign Policy | PEOPLE & IDEAS|

Ladies, we need more Nancy Pelosis

We’re in desperate need of women in senior lawmaker positions, writes Alexandra Starr. The over 100 countries with gender-based affirmative action are just proving that quotas aren’t changing who’s in charge.

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MSNBC | COMPANIES|

Google refuses to show its true colours

Google — along with 14 other large Silicon Valley employers — has been fighting hard to keep data on the diversity (or lack thereof) of its workforce a secret. Could it be that behind the multi-coloured logo is a glaring shade of white?

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The Guardian | COMPANIES|

France to force gender equality on boardrooms

The French Government is considering legislation to force all companies to reserve 50% of their board seats for women, in an effort to break the male-dominated culture of its business world.

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The Root | PEOPLE & IDEAS|

Affirmative action: good if you’re white and female

Judging on US unemployment figures, white women are the real winners when it comes to the controversial issue of affirmative action.

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