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Towards a feminist First Nations foreign policy

Prior to the 2022 election, now Foreign Minister Penny Wong announced that if elected, the government would pursue a First Nations Foreign Policy. A decisive global moment, the announcement builds off work centring First Nations experience, perspectives, practices, and voice in foreign policy. Leaning on Aotearoa New Zealand’s initial experiences

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Gender a key barrier to electoral success

In this analysis, Anna Hough of the Australian Parliamentary Library analyses the gender composition of Australian state and territory parliaments in comparison to that of the Federal parliament. This analysis was originally published on the Parliament of Australia website. How does the gender composition of Australian state and territory parliaments

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When women vote, reason trumps rage

A hundred or so years ago, there was a woman called Vida Goldstein. She was an internationally renowned suffragist. She was the first Australian in the oval office. She ran as an independent several times because she was so independent, that she couldn’t bring herself to run for either of

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