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Type: Report
Title: 2008 gender equality : what matters to Australian women and men : the Listening Tour community report
Authors: Goldie, Cassandra
Broderick, Elizabeth
O'Connell, Karen
Cerise, Somali
Keywords: Personal stories;Regional rural and remote areas;Workplaces
Year: 2008
Publisher: Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
Notes:  General Overview: This is the report of the major issues arising from the Australia wide 'listening tour' undertaken by Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner and Commissioner responsible for Age Discrimination, in 2007.

Discussion: The report begins by describing the tour, the areas visited, events staged and the ways in which people participated, including a blog and online diary, public meetings and group consultations. The three themes of the Listening Tour were: economic independence for women; balancing work and family across the life cycle; and freedom from discrimination, harassment and violence.

The report discusses each of these themes, using case studies and direct quotes. The report covers additional issues that arose during the tour and concludes with a Plan of Action Towards Gender Equality.
ISBN: 9781921449048
Physical description: 20 p. : col. ill., 1 map ; 30 cm.
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