December 2017

2017 December: Week 3

  1. Timeline: Gender Equality, 2017 Year in Review, n.d., UN Women
  2. FixedIt: The sexist headlines that needed fixing in 2017, 21 Dec, The Canberra Times 
  3. We’re optimistic but ready to see Equal Pay get more attention: Poll, 21 Dec, Women's Agenda 
  4. About our new Minister for Women, Kelly O’Dwyer, 20 Dec, Women's Agenda 
  5. Instead of asking women to ‘fix’ their choices about work, let’s help them belong in a workplace, 20 Dec, The Conversation
  6. Universities praised by Human Rights Commission for action after sex assault report, 19 Dec, ABC News
  7. Sex, dating and relationships: The Line research, released by Our Watch, reveals worrying attitudes, 16 Dec, Bendigo Advertiser 
  8. 100 Women: A city designed by women, for women, 15 Dec, BBC 
  9. Male nursing calendar tackles nursing gender gap, 15 Dec, CBS19News 

2017 December: Week 2

  1. Rugby Australia choose best person for job but Castle's appointment still symbolic, 14 Dec, The Guardian Australia
  2. ‘It isn’t shocking, it’s commonplace’: Kate Jenkins on sexual harassment, 13 Dec, Women’s Agenda 
  3. Why Merriam-Webster Picked 'Feminism' as Its 2017 Word of the Year, 13 Dec, 
  4. There’s a Gender Gap in Internet Usage. Closing It Would Open Up Opportunities for Everyone, 12 Dec, Harvard Business Review
  5. In defence of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, 11 Dec, Women’s Agenda
  6. ‘It’s not just about the Weinsteins’: how do we fix the gender problem in Australian film?, 10 Dec, The Guardian Australia
  7. The Surprising Reason Girls Are Not Getting Into Tech, 8 Dec,

 2017 December: Week 1

  1. Making room for women in policy: It’s a man’s world doesn’t cut it, we need to sing a more inclusive song, 6 Dec, APPS Policy Forum
  2. CEOs now earn 78 times more than Aussie workers, 6 Dec, ABC News 
  3. Bill Shorten’s 10 days of paid domestic violence leave promise welcome, 5 Dec, Women's Agenda 
  4. Research shows gender pay gap among minimum award wage workers, 4 Dec, The Melbourne Newsroom (The University of Melbourne)
  5. 'It’s the Power, Stupid.' Sheryl Sandberg Says Today's Sexual Harassment 'Moment' Is Not Enough, 4 Dec,
  6. 'Fair Work' plays key role in gender pay gap, 3 Dec, The Sydney Morning Herald
  7. Obama calls for more women in power as 'men seem to be having problems', 3 Dec, 
  8. The Cost of Devaluing Women, 2 Dec,