Georgina Dent, Women's Agenda

Georgina Dent

Women's Agenda

Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Recent:
  • Women's Agenda
Past:
  • SmartCompany
  • The Guardian
  • news.com.au
  • Mamamia

Recent articles by Georgina:

Finally! A chart confirms why mums should never work outside the home

In response to the question of whether women should work The Transformed Wife Facebook page posted a detailed chart plotting the various alternatives. → Read More

Hannah Gadsby on the problem with "good men" talking about "bad men"

Hannah Gadsby delivered the opening remarks at The Hollywood Reporter's 2018 Women in Entertainment gala zeroing in on "good men" talking about "bad men". → Read More

Financial insecurity is the 'grim reality' for many women in Sydney

An independent research report commissioned by the Sydney Women’s Fund shows financial insecurity & discrimination are the reality for many women in Sydney. → Read More

'The impact I feared is being felt profoundly': ABC reporter's statement on Luke Foley

Ashleigh Raper has detailed allegations of misconduct by the NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley. The ABC reporter's statement on Luke Foley is chilling. → Read More

'Until you're out of the workforce, you have no idea how hard it is to return'

Fran Caratti had been out of the workforce for 3 years after adopting her niece. She struggled to find work until landing a spot in EY's Reconnect program. → Read More

We despair. 13 women murdered in 25 days in horror October.

A woman has been killed in Australia every second day in October. Thirteen women murdered in 25 days hasn't happened in a far-flung war zone. → Read More

Eight women killed in ten days: Domestic violence remains deadly

A horror start to October has seen eight women killed in ten days. Six were killed at home and in seven cases the person charged was known to the victim. → Read More

No woman wants to be called 'babe' by her boss (or "the missus")

Fairfax Media reports that it's alleged that ABC Chair Justin Milne's described Michelle Guthrie as "the missus" and called women "chicks" and "babes". → Read More

Queensland craft beer brand renames 'sexist' product, but the fallout shows a deeper problem

The fallout from a craft beer company's controversial branding decision shows the time for sexism in advertising and marketing beer is done. → Read More

"Widespread" and "increasing": Shocking new findings on workplace sexual harassment released today

The sex discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins has released findings confirming workplace sexual harassment is widespread, pervasive and increasing. → Read More

Sexual harassment is rife, complaints are ignored and women fear for their jobs

A new survey on workplace sexual harassment found that almost 75% of Australian women who complained to their employer were not satisfied with the outcome. → Read More

Meet Edwina Sharrock, the midwife and entrepreneur who scored a $200,000 deal with Janine Allis

Edwina Sharrock is a registered midwife and mum of two from Tamworth in New South Wales who is building Birth Beat, an empire helping women give birth. → Read More

A national horror show: Domestic violence death toll continues to rise

When four of the five lead stories on a newspaper's website relate to women being killed in their homes, domestic violence is a crisis. → Read More

How women are likely to fare in the super Saturday by-elections

In three of the five super Saturday by-elections women are contesting seats including Susan Lamb, Justine Keay, Rebekha Sharkie & Georgina Downer. → Read More

CEOs earning exorbitant salaries is one thing. How those organisations treat staff & operate is another

The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors released its annual report showing how much a CEO gets paid for running an ASX listed company. → Read More

Men are scared of women at work. A true (and ridiculous) story.

A new report by the Art of Mentoring, shows that the proportion of Australian men uncomfortable about working alone with a woman has doubled since #MeToo → Read More

In news that will shock few parents childcare fees are on the rise. Again.

A report in The Australian shows that childcare fees are being hiked again which will eat into the benefit families were meant to derive from reforms. → Read More

Australia's Human Rights Commission to begin world first national inquiry into workplace sexual harassment

Human Rights Commission and the Minister for Women, Kelly O’Dwyer, has announced that the federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins will lead a national inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace. → Read More

Eurydice Dixon & the myth of women "being careful"

The rape and murder of Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon is a tragic reminder that violence against women is fatal. But that is not because of her choices. → Read More

What does the TrumpKim meeting say about leadership?

What does the historic TrumpKim meeting between the US president Donald Trump & North Korea's Kim Jong-Un say about leadership? Little that is palatable. → Read More