Leading Issues Journal 2007

    November 2007Every seven seconds a malnourished child dies : More food is not enough MSF calls for expanded use of nutrient rich ready-to-use food; The 21st century donor; Rising to the Humanitarian Challenge in Iraq; Japan and India as partners for the peace and stability of Asia; The governance of Britain; Call for Women to Register with new Appointment; Women Online Database; WOMEN’S ELECTORAL LOBBY AUSTRALIA; Housing affordability: a 21st century problem; Election 2007: Federal-State Relations; What’s the score? A survey of cultural diversity and racism in Australian sport; In the balance: The future of Australia’s primary schools; Staff Bullying in Australian Schools
    July 2007The State of the World’s Children 2007; Are Americans Ready to Elect a Female President?An elected House of Lords? Climate Institute of Australia; Women Entrepreneurs: 18 Inspiring Tales of Small Business Success;  Greenhouse Pollution; Report of the Task Group on Emissions Trading; The 1967 Referendum—history and myths; Gender and the Australian Parliament; What Women Want – WorkChoices Report by NFAW; Australia’s Uranium; Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage: Key Indicators 2007 Indigenous Report; Community concern over Australia’s anti-terror laws; Unfair Shores Campaign Kit; Australian RIRDC Rural Women’s Award 2007 Winner; Group of Eight outlines a new vision for Australian higher education; The Australian Bar Association presents Honorary Membership for Major Dan Mori; Better  conditions, better business;  Give us more services, not just money bribes says national women’s organisation; Australia off the track with Greenhouse pollution.
    March 2007New UN Chief heads an organisation that faces scepticism and support; What Was on the US Public’s Mind in 2006; European Professional Women’s Network Publishes its Second Bi-annual European PWN Board Women Monitor 2006; The 2006 Gender Gap Report; The fifty-first session of the Commission on Status of Women Water and the Media; State of the Public Service Report 2005 -2006 by the Australian Public Service; RAR Regional Australia calling for David Hicks mistreatment to end; Paper by Eva Cox on RACISM; Women workers and low paid worst affected by IR laws: New research

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