Georgina Dent, Women's Agenda

Georgina Dent

Women's Agenda

Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Recent articles by Georgina:

'Trust women, pass the bill': 1000 gathered for pro-choice rally on Saturday

The rally came ahead of the NSW parliament voting on the bill to decriminalise abortion this week. → Read More

Pain and Prejudice: Why women’s health problems have been belittled & ignored

In her book Pain and Prejudice, Gabrielle Jackson explores how women's pain is viewed and treated, not just by the medical profession, but by wider society. → Read More

The drug test that turned Shayna Jack's life upside down

On the 12th of July swimmer Shayna Jack was notified by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority that she had tested positive to a prohibited substance. → Read More

The Tayla Harris kick challenge that is everything

AFLW player Tayla Harris set the #TaylaKickChallenge: replicate her kick, share the picture online & a winner will receive a free pair of Nike boots. → Read More

UPDATE: Treasury gives one chair (just the one) to women’s groups in budget lock up

After initially excluding a number of women's organisations that routinely attend the federal budget lock up Treasury relented & offered a seat to the ERA. → Read More

Women's groups excluded from this year's Federal Budget lockup.

Eight community organisations representing women, children & indigenous Australians have been excluded from the Federal Budget lockup in 2019. → Read More

My wish list on Valentine’s Day

Forget red roses, if you want to make women happy as the Valentine's Day marketing trope suggests, this is the wishlist to consider. → Read More

Why it’s too late for this government to claim it takes domestic violence seriously

A $78 million funding package for domestic violence is too little for a government that has consistently failed to provide adequate funding. → Read More

Research confirms working mums are ‘up to 40% more stressed’

You probably didn't need a study to confirm this, but one has. → Read More

The vilification of women in The Matildas saga

The fall out from FFA sacking the head coach of the national women’s team has been spectacularly ugly. → Read More

Watch Winnie Byanyima’s ‘epic take down’ of a former Yahoo CFO at Davos

Oxfam International Director Winnie Byanyima and historian Rutger Bregman discuss The Cost of Inequality at Davos & it's gone viral. → Read More

The UAE handed out awards for gender equality & men won them all

A tweet on Sunday from Dubai's official social media account announcing the winners of the government's gender equality awards attracted global attention. → Read More

The problem with Kelly O'Dwyer leaving Canberra for family reasons

Her decision is a considerable loss to the Coalition but it is perfectly fathomable. → Read More

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