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Inspiring women: Jen Webb

Inspiring women: Jen Webb

BroadAgenda is featuring a short series of profiles on amazing women and LGBTIQ + folks. You’re about to meet Distinguished Professor of Creative Practice at the University of Canberra, Jen Webb.  If you were sitting next to someone at a dinner party, how would you explain your work and research
Dreaming of a life in politics? Apply now!

Dreaming of a life in politics? Apply now!

UC program paving the way to greater female political representation It’s 2023 and nineteen women find themselves standing on the steps of Old Parliament House. They don’t share a cultural background or come from the same age bracket. They don’t even share the same political ideas. But they all have
Pay gap transparency is only the beginning

Pay gap transparency is only the beginning

 February 27 2024 could be a turning point for gender equality in Australia. That’s the day the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) will publish gender pay gaps for Australian private sector employers with 100 or more employees. For the first time, large organisations will have their gender pay gap data

Inspiring women: Jen Webb

Inspiring women: Jen Webb
BroadAgenda is featuring a short series of profiles on amazing women and LGBTIQ + folks. You’re about to meet Distinguished Professor of Creative Practice at the University of Canberra, Jen Webb.  If you were sitting next to someone at a dinner party, how would you explain your work and research

Dreaming of a life in politics? Apply now!

Dreaming of a life in politics? Apply now!
UC program paving the way to greater female political representation It’s 2023 and nineteen women find themselves standing on the steps of Old Parliament House. They don’t share a cultural background or come from the same age bracket. They don’t even share the same political ideas. But they all have

Pay gap transparency is only the beginning

Pay gap transparency is only the beginning
 February 27 2024 could be a turning point for gender equality in Australia. That’s the day the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) will publish gender pay gaps for Australian private sector employers with 100 or more employees. For the first time, large organisations will have their gender pay gap data