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The lack of diversity will strangle the Liberal Party if it can't get more women into Parliament.
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.
Most of the women who are retiring from federal politics are being replaced with male candidates, writes Crikey intern Tessa Fox.
Elevating more women to cabinet positions does not actually improve the lot of women in Australia.
The government has lost control of the political agenda to Labor. But what can it shift the discussion to?
EMILY's List Australia's Tanja Kovac dismisses Mark Latham's "tired rhetoric" and says changes for future women's leadership must be fought for by political feminists now.
LNP senator Sue Boyce was a rare senatorial figure with guts, principles and a willingness to think issues through.
Who says women in politics are any more pure and ethical than the men? Plus a famous jailbird offering financial advice, and the art of isolation.