January 2020

2020 January: Week 5

  1. What's Tony Abbott really going on about this time?, 31 Jan, The Canberra Times 
  2. Worried about accidentally harassing a woman? Don’t be, 30 Jan, The Conversation 
  3. A disturbing understanding of gender equality, 29 Jan, The Mandarin 
  4. Voters are back to worrying whether a woman can win, 29 Jan, Vox 
  5. Reddit co-founder on paternity leave and male success: 'These things are not mutually exclusive', 29 Jan, The Guardian 
  6. Climate breakdown 'is increasing violence against women', 29 Jan, The Guardian 
  7. 'It's a matter of holding ground': where to for gender equality in 2020, 29 Jan, The Brisbane Times 
  8. Assessing the UN Secretary-General’s Feminist Agenda, 29 Jan, Ms. Magazine 
  9. Why Melinda Gates is investing $50 million to make the next Silicon Valley—starting in Chicago, 28 Jan, Fortune 
  10. Partner violence in Australia: new analysis, 28 Jan, Australian Bureau of Statistics 
  11. Closing Japan's gender gap: The role of women in media, 27 Jan, The Japan Times 
  12. Rosie Batty 'dismayed' by decision to give Bettina Arndt an Australia Day honour, 26 Jan, The Guardian 
  13. Survival-by-respect or death-by-stupid: your choice Straya, 25 Jan, The Sydney Morning Herald 
  14. Hottest 100 sees Billie Eilish become first solo woman to top the poll ahead of Tones and I, Mallrat and Flume, 25 Jan, ABC News 
  15. What not to say when women talk to you about sexual harassment, 25 Jan, The Conversation 
  16. The passionate leadership of these Aboriginal women is being honoured, 24 Jan, SBS News 
  17. White, male and straight – how 30 years of Australia Day speeches leave most Australians out, 24 Jan, The Conversation 

Audio Bonus: Bettina Arndt labels Victorian Attorney General's call to strip her of Australia Day honour 'ludicrous', 30 Jan, ABC Radio: Mornings with Virginia Trioli