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The Mothers’ Milk Tool: Putting a price on breastmilk

The Mothers’ Milk Tool: Putting a price on breastmilk

Breastfeeding and mothers’ milk is presently not counted in food systems or the economy and should be, argues Dr Julie Smith. She explains the new 'Mothers’ Milk Tool' quantifies the volume of breastmilk and the value of breastfeeding at national and global levels....

Opaque Budget Papers, but here’s the gender scrutiny

Opaque Budget Papers, but here’s the gender scrutiny

The National Foundation for Australian Women is an independent feminist organisation that carries a voice outside of party politics. As we near the Federal election, BroadAgenda's editor Ginger Gorman put a series of questions to key NFAW members - Professor Helen...

The Batty effect: Sharing power with abuse survivors

The Batty effect: Sharing power with abuse survivors

In this article – which is both personal and research-based – Lisa Wheildon explores the events and social changes that led her to publish a paper about “The Batty Effect” in the journal Violence Against Women. I clearly remember the moment, seven years ago now, when...

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Rachel Cunneen

Questions we asked Rachel:

Tell us what you are researching and why it matters to you?

What has been your biggest, most frustrating challenge?

Share the dream! What impact do you hope your research will have down the track?

 

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