See how the Gillard gender equity debate all began when leading Australian journalist and author, Dr Anne Summers AO, delivered the University of Newcastle’s 2012 Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture on misogyny in the workplace – now known as “the Newcastle speech”.
Opinion article* published in the Newcastle Herald authored by Dr Robert Imre, senior lecturer in politics and international relations at the University of Newcastle and PhD student Stephen Owen.
Two University of Newcastle students were celebrated at the Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Awards Presentation Dinner, held at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra.
On Friday 31 August 2012, Dr Anne Summers AO presented the University of Newcastle’s 2012 Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture. The lecture has since gone global.
The Political Persecution of Australia’s First Female Prime Minister (Vanilla Version) By Anne Summers AO Ph.D 2012 Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture University of Newcastle 31 August 2012 © Anne Summers 2012 This speech is copyright and is not to be reproduced or quoted from without the express permission of the author. Good afternoon […]
Did you see Dr Anne Summers’ latest opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday, 20 October?
Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s misogyny speech has traditional and social media in a frenzy. It’s even made The New Yorker and refers to the University’s 2012 Human Rights and Social Justice lecture.
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