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Topic: gender balance
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

How many women hold senior political leadership positions?

Australia is slowly making progress on gender parity in politics — if you ignore the federal Coalition.

‘Woman problem’ plagues Liberals around the country

SA's Liberal leader concedes it's a "fact" that women are under-represented in the Liberal ranks. But he also says it's as important to promote candidates who represent a broader cross-section of society -- regardless of gender. InDaily journalist Tom Richardson reports.

Enforced gender quotas increase the number of women in parliament, but merely reporting the number of women does very little, write <b>Dr Victor Sojo</b> and <b>Dr Melissa Wheeler</b> of the Centre for Ethical Leadership, University of Melbourne.

You might hate gender quotas, but they work

Enforced gender quotas increase the number of women in parliament, but merely reporting the number of women does very little, write Dr Victor Sojo and Dr Melissa Wheeler of the Centre for Ethical Leadership, University of Melbourne.

Efforts to increase the representation of women at the key economic agencies have met with mixed success, but progress is being made.

More women in public service, but Indonesia still puts our cabinet to shame

Efforts to increase the representation of women at the key economic agencies have met with mixed success, but progress is being made.

A federal government that is composed nearly entirely of old white men is relying heavily on old white men for advice. It's unbalanced and not in the national interest.

Country for old men: little diversity in Abbott’s picks

A federal government that is composed nearly entirely of old white men is relying heavily on old white men for advice. It's unbalanced and not in the national interest.

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