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AHRI National Convention and Exhibition

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Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work National Review Launch

Good morning and welcome to the launch of Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work National Review.

Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work National Review - Report

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Recognising and valuing unpaid care

Women’s economic security and unpaid care work. World Bank /Australian Government Side Event, Commission on the Status of Women, 58th Session

Headline Prevalence Data: National Review on Discrimination Related to Pregnancy, Parental Leave and Return to Work 2014

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Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences Graduation

It is an absolute pleasure to be back here at the University of New South Wales, my alma mater, to celebrate with you the 2013 graduates of the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences.

Engaging Male Leaders for Gender Equality

UN Women National Committee Japan Symposium: Women can participate even more! How Women’s Empowerment Principles will change the future of work

Attorney-General’s Department Talking Heads Series

Thank you for inviting me to be part of the Talking Heads Series. It is a great pleasure to be here.

Young Women Inspiring Australia

Centre stage at the Commission’s International Women’s Day event were four impressive young women, ranging in age from 11 to 32.

They told powerful and inspiring stories of overcoming gender stereotypes in their lives.

The special RightsTalk was co-hosted by the YWCA and introduced by Senator Michaelia Cash, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Women.

She was joined by Children’s Commissioner Megan Mitchell and Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick.  Also present was YMCA CEO and former Queensland Premier Anna Bligh.

Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work National Review - Reference Group

Friday 18 October, 2013

The National Review Reference Group will provide counsel on the research methodology, analysis of the findings and the final report and recommendations.

The Reference Group consists of 7 members representing business, community groups, unions and academics. The Reference Group will be chaired by Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner. The members include: