We need a system that lets more people have a say in who represents Labor in the Senate Labor’s vote in the West Australian Senate re-run election suggests we have a long way to go to meet our two goals — winning elections, and fighting and winning the battle of ideas.Read more
Margaret Whitlam never held elected office. But she was instrumental in defining a model of public service for modern Labor women.Read more
Labor Women In Parliament: A country mile in front of the Country Party and a mile ahead of the Libs
The Daily Telegraph asked me to comment yesterday on the representation of women in the parliament.
The Tele’s request prompted me to compare our performance with the conservative parties, who’ve consistently attacked our affirmative action rule. They do so again in today’s paper.Read more