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Jane Caro

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Jane Caro AM

Really Interesting Women

Ep. 44 Jane Caro AM Jane Caro is a Walkley Award winning columnist, author, broadcaster, documentary maker, feminist and social commentator. She spent 35 years in the advertising industry, published twelve books, including three novels and has appeared frequently on ABC’s Q&A, Sunrise, The Project, The Drum. She was also a regular panellist on the ABC’s top-rating show on advertising “The Gruen Transfer.”  She is knowledgable, engaging, funny and authentic. For those reasons she is highly sought after as a speaker, workshop facilitator and an MC by a wide range of both private and public sector organisations. She always has a lot to say on a broad range of topics. And it's really worth listening to. #Reallyinterestingwomen #RIW #janecaro #gruentransfer #feminism #equality #Saatchi #ABC #Unbreakable #Accidentalfeminist #gracetame #australianoftheyear #ageism 

48mins

7 Jul 2021

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Jane Caro

Saturday Magazine

Jane Caro @JaneCaro, author and commentator, always has a wonderful and unique point of view. Today Jane talks about the milkshake content video, why inner-city types won’t solve climate change... LEARN MORE The post Jane Caro appeared first on Saturday Magazine.

11mins

24 Apr 2021

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Jane Caro - feminist, public school advocate, & writer

Conversations with Annie & Kate

Annie Parker and Kate Carruthers chatting with interesting women over a drink. This time our guest is the delightfully feisty and articulate Jane Caro, adn we had a fascinating discussion that ranged across issues from how to be your authentic self to why women should not burn it all down.https://womenswork.me/http://wallmedia.com.au/jane-caro/

51mins

23 Mar 2021

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Jane Caro

Calm Ya Farm

Jane Caro is a forthright feminist speaker and author who loves to share her opinion on any topic. It’s hard to believe she lived in existential fear until she peered over the precipice of ultimate loss, but it set her up with a unique take on crap-tastic times.  https://www.facebook.com/janecaroofficial/Thank you to Uncle Jack Charles for the acknowledgement of country.For more calming ideas head to our website.Subscribe to BRAVE, your new favourite free monthly newsletter here.Follow us on the socials.FacebookInstagramHow do YOU #CalmYaFarm? Leave us a voice message via our Speakpipe! It's free! And we'll share our favourites in upcoming podcasts / newsletters. Record your message here.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

13mins

4 Mar 2021

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Ep16 I Am Woman, Hear Me *DEATH GROWL!* w/ Jane Caro! (AUS)

Thrash 'n Treasure

In the countdown to International Women's Day, we're truly honoured to be joined by an EXTRA special guest, the iconic Australian Feminist, Author, TV Personality, and Political Activist, Jane Caro! Together, Jane and Aaron will gang up on Gareth, forcing him on a journey Into The Woods. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Gareth returns the favour with Devilskin's Red. www.twitter.com/janecaro -- www.twitter.com/thrashntreasure -- www.thetonastontales.com/podcasts

45mins

25 Feb 2021

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Jane Caro and Paul Kildea: A not so linear path

Chamber of Musical Curiosities

Paul and Jane discuss the not so linear path of her career and beginnings in advertising, identifying as an out, loud and proud feminist, miming the flute and dealing with age discrimination. With music creeping its way into her life as a teenager, during the era of rock and roll Jane relives the experience of attending Led Zeppelin’s infamous concert in Sydney and talks about the chemical reactions of music and being a passionate audience member.

32mins

11 Jan 2021

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Jane Caro on reopening schools

7am

The Prime Minister has made reopening schools a priority of his response to coronavirus, and part of his argument is that school closures are leaving the most disadvantaged students behind. Today, Jane Caro on how the political debate over coronavirus is reframing the inequality in education funding. Guest: Author and writer for The Saturday Paper Jane Caro.Background reading:How schools have become political pawns in The Saturday PaperThe Saturday PaperThe MonthlyFor more information on today’s episode, visit 7ampodcast.com.au.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

14mins

6 May 2020

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Accidental Feminists with Jane Caro

Newcastle Writers Festival

In this session, which was recorded at the 2019 Newcastle Writers Festival, Jane Caro discusses the generation of women that changed everything but didn’t plan to. She explores the achievement of these revolutionaries - those aged over 55.Hosted by Meredith Jaffe.

1hr

1 May 2020

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A Response To Jane Caro Selective Science

The Good Sauce

Here's the juiciest hypocrisy in Jane Caro's ideological ravings about selective agreement with science. Jane is pro abortion, but 96% of biologists agree each human life begins at fertilisation.https://davepellowe.com/our-lefties-agree-with-science-when-science-agrees-with-them-a-response-to-jane-caro/

6mins

30 Apr 2020

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Jane Caro - books, boys and bravery

The Recovery Room with Lucy Bloom

Jane Caro is a writer and media commentator who knows when I mention her on stage somewhere because the audience starts tagging her in tweets about bold or brave communication. I’ve only met Jane once in person but in 2014 she wrote an article which had such a profound effect on me and the way I write, then in 2017 she published a collection of women's stories which gave me the courage to write the Kindness chapter in Get the Girls Out. It is with great pleasure and a whole lot of fangirling that I welcome Jane Caro to the Recovery Room...

1hr

1 Apr 2020

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