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Failing to lead by example: How Australian politics is facilitating a culture of violence against women

The Liberal Party of Australia’s gender problem, Ella Kuskoff argues, is more related to questions about violence against women than we might like to think. Search “women in politics” online and you will be confronted with a long list of … Continue reading

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Anna Bugge-Wicksell and Education at the Permanent Mandates Commission

As part of VIDA blog’s series on humanitarianism and internationalism, Fiona Paisley explores how Scandinavian Anna Bugge-Wicksell promoted the cause of education in Africa and the Pacific within the League of Nations. In 1921, Anna Bugge-Wicksell became the first woman appointed … Continue reading

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