March 9, 2018 4
IWD cringefests ... Xenophon loves the art not the artist ... the political party connections of a teensy local paper ...
March 8, 2018 9
It might seem counter-intuitive that in an activity experienced only by women, women are nonetheless pushed to the bottom of the power hierarchy and treated so appallingly, but this is the case.
March 9, 2017 2
Yesterday, we witnessed a return to old forms of feminist solidarity, and that's got Helen Razer giddy.
March 7, 2017 3
But Aunty isn't the only media outlet with a novel way to mark International Women's Day.
March 7, 2017 7
Janine Perrett gives Ross Cameron the world's best side-eye ... Pauline's mystery penalty rates ... Aunty insulting its female staff ...
March 8, 2016 8
Our foremothers who marched in 1907 would probably not be overwhelmed by the feminist progress of ANZ, David Jones and Unilever.
March 10, 2015 1
Sir Herbert Gribble Stunkram, men’s club proprietor and Rich-listers’ rights activist, entreats the ladies of Australia to leave the gentry alone.
March 10, 2015 1
China has detained at least seven women's rights activists in the last few days. This is unacceptable -- and Australia must speak up.
March 10, 2015 4
More claims of sexual harrassment ... a new front for the freedom fight ... and who's that with the chubby cheeks?
March 4, 2015 3
LNP have women's lunch at men's club ... NSW election campaign gets dirty ... the changing language of Joe Hockey ...
March 12, 2014
On International Women's Day, two steps forward and one step back. A passenger takes exception to a woman flying a plane, a man creates a cheaper sanitary pad, and what mining companies are really thinking.
March 8, 2013
Three months after the notorious gang-rape on a bus in Delhi, women are not heartened by the government's safety measures, writes India-based freelance journalist Alys Francis.
March 8, 2012 2
A glance at the graphs below is enough to show that trend figures give a more helpful idea of what is happening on the jobs front
March 8, 2012
Women’s Work is Overland’s new anthology of short stories by emerging female writers launched today as part of International Women’s Day and developed in conjunction with the Stella Prize. Bethanie Blanchard reviews the stories.
March 9, 2011 15
Yesterday, on the International Women’s Day Centenary, Crikey asked readers to reflect on feminism’s role in the twenty-first century. The response was, in one sense, heartening, writes Grace Jennings-Edquist.
March 9, 2011 3
There should be more women on boards, says Crikey publisher and CEO Amanda Gome. But only when there's more support for women entrepreneurs.
March 8, 2011
It may be International Women's Day but the feminist struggle is about a lot more than high-profile advocacy and public campaigns, writes Shakira Hussein.
March 9, 2010
CXO visualises the number of female CEOs by industry and at the top of Fortune 500 companies. It's not an encouraging picture: women may make up 40% of the global workforce, but equality is still a long way off.
March 8, 2010 6
Feminism was once about making wide changes in the way societies were run and what was valued. It seems to now be mainly about minor expansions of women’s illusory choices.
March 8, 2010 131
Forget what Louis Nowra and The Monthly say, writes Helen Razor: Germaine Greer is a bright and occasionally charming old ratbag who should be revered.