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sharing light from ‘down under’ – Sir John Cockburn and Vida Goldstein

If we need an example of how feminist advances are uneven and stop-start, then Australia certainly comes to mind.   On the one hand, Australians were in the forefront.  Women’s suffrage was established before the end of the 19th century, in … Continue reading

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rejoicing – and remembering those who made the track

Today (1st March 2014) is an historic day in the Anglican Church of Australia as the Revd Dr Sarah McNeil is consecrated as the 11th Bishop of Grafton in New South Wales, the first ever female diocesan bishop in Australia.  … Continue reading

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