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Julia Gillard

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Julia Gillard on Rishi Sunak, compulsory voting and that misogyny speech

The Rest Is Politics

Alastair is joined today by former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard to discuss the view of British politics from Australia, the role of the monarchy, Australian government, compulsory voting and her famous Misogyny Speech.Become a member of The Rest Is Politics Plus to support the podcast, enjoy ad-free listening, and receive early access to live show tickets and Question Time episodes. Just head to therestispolitics.com to sign up.Instagram:@restispoliticsTwitter:@RestIsPoliticsEmail:restispolitics@gmail.comProducers: Dom Johnson + Nicole MaslenExec Producers: Tony Pastor + Jack Davenport Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


4 Nov 2022

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#:60 Julia Gillard, Jimmy Rees and Napping Like A Boss

The Sammy J Snack Pack

Ten years on from the misogyny speech, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard reflects on the day. Plus Jimmy Rees thinks radio should stay in its lane and Dr Moira Junge teaches us how to nap right.


12 Oct 2022

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Does JULIA GILLARD remember seeing Tommy DRUNK in London, AND we have an AMAZING TRIP to TASSIE up for grabs!

Carrie & Tommy Podcast - Hit Network - Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little

Flooding (Carrie)  What did you contact a newspaper about?   Emergency Stop Button Julia Gillard  The Paper Quiz   Ready Steady Salmon Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcasts/carrie-and-tommySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


11 Oct 2022

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What's the legacy of Julia Gillard's misogyny speech?

The Party Room

It's been 10 years since Julia Gillard delivered her famous 'misogyny speech' in federal parliament. Few political players realised the magnitude of the speech back then. But what's changed for women in Australia in the years since?Plus, the Australian Financial Review's Political Editor Phillip Coorey joins Patricia Karvelas and Fran Kelly to analyse the government's plans to repatriate citizens stuck in Syria, and whether Labor will ditch the stage 3 tax cuts.


6 Oct 2022

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Weekend Woman’s Hour: Julia Gillard, Ophelia Lovibond, Medusa

Woman's Hour

Julia Gillard, former Australian Prime Minister – and the only woman to have held that role – reflects on the death of Queen Elizabeth II and her status as a global female leader. What will it mean for Australia where King Charles automatically became Head of State last week?Ophelia Lovibond, best known for playing Izzy Gould in the BBC mockumentary series W1A, discusses her new TV series Minx and playing Carrie Johnson.In a bid to close stubborn gender pay gaps, several states in the USA have passed laws requiring salary ranges to be clearly stated on all job ads. To discuss the growing trend and whether it is workable in the UK, we hear from money blogger Iona Bain and Radha Vyas, co-founder of the group travel company Flash Pack.The Hungarian government has tightened abortion laws in the country, meaning women who want to get an abortion will have to listen to vital signs - such as the foetal heartbeat - before being allowed to proceed. Nick Thorpe, the BBC's East and Central Europe Correspondent explains.'Beehives, Bobs & Blowdries' is an exhibition celebrating the art and skills of hairdressing along with some of the most iconic looks of the past 70 years. Our reporter Tamsin Smith speaks to some of the women perusing the exhibits about some of the looks they've tried over the years.Since she was a girl the writer and broadcaster Natalie Haynes has been fascinated by Greek Myths. Her fourth novel ‘Stone Blind’ tells the story of Medusa and gets us way beyond snake hair and a deadly gaze to understand why she's become the monster in re-tellings of her story over the centuries.


17 Sep 2022

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Bonus: Has inflation peaked? With Julia Gillard's former economist Stephen Koukoulas

The Mentor with Mark Bouris

This is a bonus episode with Mark Bouris and leading economist Stephen Koukoulas.  They discuss the economic performance during August, speculate on the RBA's September announcement and we take your listener questions. Visit https://yhomeloans.com.au/property-insights/ to learn more. VOTE FOR STRAIGHT TALK PODCAST https://australianpodcastawards.com/vote BUY TICKETS TO RESET & RISE TOUR https://bit.ly/3Sftjgl Join the Facebook Group. Follow Mark Bouris on Instagram, LinkedIn & YouTube.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


5 Sep 2022

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Julia Gillard: 10 years since The Misogyny Speech

Turia Pitt is Hard Work

Gracious, wise, funny, and utterly JULIA. I’m so excited to bring you this chat with our country’s first female leader, former Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. As well as leadership advice, surviving male-dominated workplaces, and being a high school rebel… I asked her about how she feels about Tony Abbott now, if she wished she’d called out the sexist media commentary earlier (she does), and of course… the story behind that 'off the cuff' speech that sent shockwaves around the world. Check out Not Now, Not Ever: https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/rnrKn5 Hear Julia Gillard's podcast: https://podfollow.com/1466658814 Follow Turia on Tik Tok: @turia_pitt or Instagram @Turiapitt. Want more chats with Turia? She writes a weekly letter, get it here: turiapitt.com/letter-gangSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


25 Jul 2022

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Julia Gillard and workplace gender equality

Big Ideas

Despite years of campaigning we still don’t have gender equality in the workplace. We have a persistent gender pay gap, not as many women in top management or on company boards and rising childcare costs which act as a disincentive to return to work. Julia Gillard hosts a panel on the buttons we need to push to achieve workplace equality.


14 Jun 2022

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Women disappearing behind screens? Julia Gillard Vs Elon Musk

Women's Agenda Podcast

Julia Gillard has raised concerns about the gender imbalance of who is and will return to the office. Meanwhile, Elon Musk wants people who keep working from home to "pretend to work elsewhere". He's got his own -- some might say 1950s -- take on the amount of time that should be spent in the office. We discuss all the latest stories from the week, including the best wins for women. And overall this week feels very new and rather optimistic. We have a new Cabinet, and record numbers of women across key leadership positions. We have Senator Penny Wong, working her way around the Pacific and proving that collaboration is more powerful than whatever else the previous government was doing. Then there was the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation verdict. We discuss it all! Thank you to The Cartier Women’s Initiative for supporting today's ep! Get in the miz of this awesome global prize, and let the women in your life know. Stories discussed this week. The list of new Labor MPs is dominated by womenWhat Albanese’s government signifies for culturally diverse Australians like meWho is Penny Wong? What to know about Australia’s new Foreign Minister‘Engage closely and listen respectfully’: Penny Wong makes commitment during Samoa visit‘Invisible behind a screen’: Former PM Julia Gillard warns work from home could halt women’s careersElon Musk’s ‘get in the office’ way or the highway will harm diversity efforts at TeslaSheryl Sandberg is stepping down as COO of Facebook‘Setback for women’: Amber Heard issues statement after Johnny Depp’s defamation win The Cartier Women’s Initiative is a global entrepreneurship program that champions women founders whose businesses have a social or environmental impact. Applications are currently open until the end of the month for the 2023 edition.Awardees will be granted significant prizes including up to $100,000 USD in funding.Apply now at www.cartierwomensinitiative.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


3 Jun 2022

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David Cooper Lecture | Julia Gillard in conversation with Tegan Taylor

UNSW Centre for Ideas

Julia Gillard | Tegan Taylor Globally, we have learnt many lessons from the pandemic - that public health shouldn’t be politicised, that we cannot stop COVID-19 without a global response, and that the cracks of inequality between nations and among populations have become impossible to ignore.   COVID-19 has also posed particular challenges for women, and had significant impacts on mental health. The last two years have demonstrated that when necessary, the global community can swiftly enact policy that truly helps those in need, and stops our most vulnerable from falling through the cracks. How can we use what we have learnt from over the last two years to ensure we emerge a healthier and fairer society?  Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard is now the Chair of the Wellcome Trust, a not-for-profit global organisation that supports science to solve urgent health challenges equitably. She joins journalist Tegan Taylor for an evening of conversation exploring how to leverage science and make advances in health available to everyone.  Co-presented by the UNSW Centre for Ideas, Kirby Institute and UNSW Medicine & Health.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


1 Jun 2022