Leading Issues Journal 2006

    November 2006
    Our Social Rights and Responsibilities: The new politics of welfare; Secretary-General calls for action on Gender Equality; Should Editors publish sensitive material? Do Australian newspapers have a future? USA Voting Behaviour; Who Should Lead the Liberals to the 2007 Election?
    September Special EditionThe 18th Women, Management and Employee Relations Conference, 2006; Essays on Leadership by Oxford University future Leaders; The 2006 ADC Gandel Oration; Medecins Sans Frontieres Australia
    July 2006WORLD FOCUS: UNIFEM appoints a new Regional Programme Director for the Pacific; Annan inaugurates UN’s strengthened Human Rights Council with appeal for ‘new era’; Uniting Against Terrorism; World’s poorest countries see some growth but poverty rates persist – UN report
    NATIONAL FOCUS: Commissioner Goward concerned that gender is still an issue in senior level appointments; Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)  34th session in New York; The Voices of Homeless Young Australians; Statistics in Australia’s Health 2006; Federal Budget 2006 – ACOSS Response; Human Rights must come first; Budget 2006/07; Women Forge Ahead in NSW; Australia’s IR Laws re Among The World’s Worst: ILO Complaint; Corporate Responsibility Index
    RESEARCH  & REPORTS: Aboriginal Education: Remote Schools and the Real Economy; 2006 Education Profile for Australia Now Available; Innovation Report Reveals Strengths in Science and Innovation
    NEWS: Call for Nominations; Charter for the Teaching Profession Consultation; UQ Project Helps Kids and Teens Overcome Anxiety; A clearer picture of women’s pay and conditions in the workforce; National Inquiry into Discrimination against People in Same-Sex Relationships: Financial and Work-Related Entitlements and Benefits; Senate Inquiry to regulate Pregnancy Counselling; Rural and Regional Women’s Representation

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