Amidst the rising sea of complaint swirling around Dyson Heydon’s decision, Conrad Liveris offers a pinch of salt into the mix.
After hearing ex-Prime Minister John Howard speak at the PwC #Budget2015 breakfast, Conrad Liveris’s take-way was that #Budget2015 was a political budget from a political government.
Alcohol abuse is a problem in Australia, and despite the PM’s seemingly minor skolling of a beer on the weekend, it wasn’t a good look given his recent decrying of substance abuse and domestic violence.
Conrad Liveris urges Australian politicians to follow Germany’s example as it steps up to the plate and announces quotas for leadership when it comes to under-representation of women in positions of power.
Queensland’s new Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has taken big steps forward for women in politics, but Conrad Liveris is still waiting for that glass ceiling to completely crash down.
Conrad Liveris is all too happy to say toodle pip to the Sun’s infamous “Page Three Birds”, although he notes we’ve still got a long way to go before there is true equality in the newsroom…
Conrad Liveris wants to see more women in leadership, hell, EVERYONE wants to see more women in leadership…so come on PM, where are they?
Self-confessed economic policy nerd Conrad Liveris watched Joe Hockey discuss the Financial Services Inquiry on Sunday but wonders whether the government has the economic balls to follow through…
For all the media beat-up around Julie Bishop and her popularity at the moment, Conrad Liveris has little doubt she will never rise any further than her current position in a Coalition government.
Conrad Liveris wraps up the G20 meeting, wanting the “boys” to “get on with it”…(maybe more would get done if there were more women heads of state? #justsaying)
The G20 gets things done when it decides to take action, but Conrad Liveris thinks they need to take a look in their own backyard first when it comes to gender equality.
Conrad Liveris does his own “exposing” about the reality behind gender inequality after reading a piece from the Huff Post claiming the gender equality wage gap “has been exposed”.
Still smiling from the “Close the Gap” crowd-funding clip by Sarah Silverman, Conrad Liveris discusses the trans* community and the roller-coaster ride the LGBTI community is still on…
Mental health is a complex and costly issue, but Conrad Liveris feels that with suicide rates climbing, it is an issue which clearly needs a new approach asap.
It’s not the 90’s (or the 60’s, for that matter) anymore but it may as well be in terms of workplace gender equality, and, humming along to Ace of Base’s “All that she wants…”, Conrad Liveris says it’s #Inyourhands
Lack of childcare may keep parents out of work longer than they might choose, but gaming clubs offering care for our kids while we play the pokies? No, says Conrad Liveris, hell no.
Liberty Counsel gives Christianity a bad name, writes Conrad Liveris, with its latest swipe at marriage equality possibly leading to men cheating on their wives.
Conrad Liveris is taking a stand and declaring that men can no longer stay silent about domestic violence – it is real, it is present and no one should accept it.
Conrad Liveris sees banning begging in major cities as only marginalising the homeless even more and not any kind of answer to dealing with the issues surrounding them.
After our PM’s bumbled foray into the Scottish independence debate, Conrad Liveris would prefer Tony Abbott to focus on justice and freedom in his own backyard.
Governments love stats, with the unemployment rate among their favourites (depending on how high or low it is), but Conrad Liveris ain’t fooled by the numbers either way…
In an already troubled world, FGM adds yet another level of depravity that Conrad Liveris wants stamped out – and our military and political leaders must deal with it now.