Monthly Archives: November 2015

Why one woman said ‘no to feminism’

          By Rebecca Shaw As far as I have been able to tell, the Internet is made up of a series of intertwined magical tubes, and it’s at the very end of these tubes that the … Continue reading

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Crowd-funding women

            By Amy Gray Women often face financial discrimination in their professional lives from the pay gap to receiving smaller grants or venture capital amounts raised than their male counterparts. But things are changing – … Continue reading

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Queen Vic Newsletter – Issue #3

  November 2015 issue.

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The Melbourne Period Project: crowd-funding the hidden needs of the homeless

            By Amy Gray When we think about what people who are homeless need, we make assumptions. Surely they need food and a place to sleep, but the task of providing these en masse for … Continue reading

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Disabled women missing fair share of economic pie

            By El Gibbs Women with disabilities are among the most marginalised groups in Australia, with consistently high unemployment and poverty rates. The accumulation over time of multiple forms of disadvantage puts them consistently at … Continue reading

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