The government's spending on women amounts to a tiny fraction of the 2020 budget. It's not enough.
Naked sexism popped up this week in the personage of James C. Green, who says women should stay home because men earn more anyway. But the real problem, of course, is that there are no jobs.
One of the most important industries in Australia has few women -- and the situation is getting worse. Bernard Keane looks at the tech sector and its "female problem".
The veteran ABC writer and broadcaster was in fine form at the launch of her new book. If only she had a wife to corral her three children, it might have gone off without a hitch.
Let's tackle the real bludgers in our society -- pensioners, young people trying to get an education and asylum seekers. Screw 'em!
Crikey readers talk art, protest, the Sydney Biennale, internships and whether traditional "women's work" is undervalued.
Australian men are said to earn 17.1% more than Australian women, and even those in the same jobs are paid 10% more just for being men. Right? Well, not exactly ...
Women are still woefully underrepresented on Australian boards and at the top Australian companies. Women's Agenda's Georgina Dent says the solution isn't a best-practice resources kit -- it's hiring women.
Just 8% of Australian companies are making a demonstrable commitment to gender divsersity principles, writes Women's Agenda acting editor Georgina Dent.