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‘I will not be lectured by the PM on..’ anything really

This week! Georgie Dent joins the podcast to discuss why we won’t be lectured by the Morrison Government on women’s safety, or anything really. His government is running a women’s safety summit in the same week that he has rejected 49 of 55 recommendations by Kate Jenkins for creating safe workplaces and working towards a future free from sexual harassment.

Plus, we look at some much-needed wins for women this week, and there have been some good ones.

And, we’re thrilled to bring you a discussion with Dai Le, a Fairfield City Councillor, as well as Yvonne Weldon, the first Indigenous woman to ever run for Sydney Lord Mayor, on a mission to bring back integrity to government.

They discuss how COVID-19 is impacting their work and their communities, and how their navigating politics.

Listen below, or via your favourite podcast platform.

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Respect for Tradition

October 05, 2021

September 29, 2021 By Emily Brown Australia has a history of “selective listening” when it comes to First Nations voices. Now Yvonne Weldon is aiming to become the first Aboriginal Lord Mayor of Sydney, reports EMILY BROWN Aboriginal hunters in Manyallaluk CREDIT: Prisma by Dukas Presseagentur...

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