Long before famous Australian actresses shook up Hollywood, these pioneering legends of cinema were showing their talent to the world.
This International Women’s Day, women and men all over the world are vowing to support #BalanceforBetter and help create a gender-balanced world.
I feel the reason why we women don’t really see change is that we’re trying to convince the wrong people. Today, I feel we need to do something bold, but necessary.
As for someone who witnessed the euphoria of 1970’s feminism, the landscape I see today is quite different, but has far surpassed us.
In honour of International Women’s Day, our publisher Alexandra Tselios has shared her favourite inspirational quotes from some fierce women.
Inspiration comes in many forms, but the 365 docobites crew were moved when they met Phart in Siem Reap, Cambodia – a woman who typifies what last week’s International Women’s Day is all about.
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.
As part of International Women’s Day Julia Mendel went to a screening of I Am a Girl. She walked away touched by both the documentary and the pre-doco talk.
On International Women’s Day, Karen Hardy hopes for a time when she is not surprised that the tradie who turns up to her door happens to be a woman.
A day out from International Women’s Day, Conrad Liveris urges men to lift their games and be part of the fight for greater gender equality.