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Julia Gillard: Gender revolution has failed

Sydney : Australia | Nov 10, 2013
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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Ms Gillard highlighted the historically high numbers of women in major roles in her government and said some sections of the community may have felt challenged, even threatened, by so much change. She was saddened the new government didn't have the same level of women's representation. "I despair that we have gone so far backwards in women's participation," she said. "I despair even more when I read the false debate about equality versus merit, which is adding insult to injury. "The simple... Read full News at Sydney Morning Herald
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