This week, we ask what can be achieved in an hour? Apparently, sexual harassment can! That’s the amount of training parliamentarians are set to receive under a *major* shakeup.
In more positive developments this week, we also share some great wins: the female-led business giving parents three hours a day, Annabel Crabb’s extraordinary looks at women in politics through history, plus the female leader putting hope and optimism on the climate agenda!
Plus we talk about business networking in a current and post COVID world. Will we still go to events? Can we network better online?
AND we have an excellent interview with Tanya Hosch (starting around 35 minutes in).
About this week’s interview:
Tanya Hosch is the first Indigenous person, and the second woman to ever be appointed to the AFL’s executive.
You can read more on Madeline Hislop’s interview with Tanya here.
As the Executive General Manager of Inclusion and Social Policy at the AFL (now in her fifth season) she says her role is to look at inclusion from a whole range of different perspectives and to support the idea that AFL is a “game for everyone”.
In this interview, Tanya shares more on this year’s NAIDOC theme, particularly the need to hear from more Ingienous voices when it comes to critical issues, like climate change. She speaks about her role with the AFL, as well as some of the challenges the code has faced in recent years.