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  • 100 years of Women in Local Government

    100 years of Women in Local Government

    2020 marks the centenary of Women elected to Local Government in WA

    23rd January 2020  |  0 views

  • Misogyny Persists

    Misogyny Persists

    Misogyny still exists in Local Government, but the sector is changing. Australian Local Government Women’s Association WA branch President Karen Wheatland chats to the Fremantle Herald on this matter.

    6th December 2019  |  0 views

  • Welcome to Council!

    Welcome to Council!

    Find out the real deal about making changes in Local Government, some important advice for the newly elected Councillors.

    6th December 2019  |  0 views

  • What women councillors face: Threats, online abuse

    What women councillors face: Threats, online abuse

    The number of women running for the city council is declining. Seven out of 46 candidates standing in the October local body elections are women – 15 per cent of the total number of candidates.

    20th May 2019  |  68 views

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    Aug

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    Aug

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    Nov

    White Ribbon Day

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