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Julia Gillard urges Americans of all parties to defend Hillary Clinton against sexism

The Guardian - ‎26.07.2016‎
Many young women hoping for political careers were counting on such sexism to be rebuffed, Gillard writes. “Mrs Clinton should not have to deal with this alone.

Julia Gillard Urges Americans To Condemn Sexist Attacks On Hillary Clinton

Elle Magazine Australia - ‎27.07.2016‎
Julia Gillard, Australia's first female Prime Minister and the target of unrelenting sexist attacks during her time in office, has urged American voters to call out similar attacks on US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Anne Summers likens sexist Clinton badges to treatment of Julia Gillard

SBS - ‎20.07.2016‎
"I guess they've got a limited imagination, because they keep recycling literally the same material over and over. The KFC imagery was used against Hillary Clinton in 2008, and then was used against Julia Gillard in 2012, so that's been around for a ...

Donald Trump supporters steal slogan used to bash Julia Gillard

Starts at 60 - ‎24.07.2016‎
Remember when the Liberal Party hosted a fundraiser dinner where they had a menu item rudely dedicated to Julia Gillard? Well it looks like Donald Trump's supporters have latched onto the crudely worded slogan and used it to poke fun at presidential ...

Die verlogene und hohle Rede Hillary Clintons

World Socialist Web Site - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
Clinton versucht in den Olymp einzuziehen, in dem sich schon Margaret Thatcher, Golda Meir, Indira Gandhi, Sirimavo Bandaranaike, Isabel Peron, Corazon Aquino, Angela Merkel, Julia Gillard und Dilma Rousseff tummeln, jede von ihnen eine Feindin der ...

18 Women Who Have Already Ruled Nations

The Epoch Times - ‎28.07.2016‎
Clockwise (L–R): Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, Ameenah Gurib, Atifete Jahjaga, Julia Gillard, Tarja Halonen, and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf are some of the women leaders throughout the world.

Rudd thanks Bishop for supporting UN bid

Sky News Australia - ‎vor 6 Stunden‎
Kevin Rudd has taken to Twitter to thank Foreign Minister Julie Bishop for backing him for the United Nations top job, saying 'unfortunately' the prime minister disagreed.

Query over governments' phone jobs deal

The Mercury - ‎26.07.2016‎
In 2013, then prime minister Julia Gillard flew into Hobart, flanked by local Labor MPs including Julie Collins, to spruik a Tasmanian jobs package that would include 750 jobs at the Vodafone call centre in Kingston.

Dejected Kevin Rudd thanks Julie Bishop over UN bid

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
Kevin Rudd has taken to Twitter to thank Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop for backing him for the United Nations top job, saying "unfortunately" the Prime Minister disagreed.

Smears and tears: Nova Peris hits back at dirty pool tactics

The Australian - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
... stories during her three years as a senator - including allegations of drink-driving and misuse of government funds - were spread by Labor people objecting to her preselection for the Senate or wanting to undermine then prime minister Julia Gillard.

Hillary Clinton's speech was a powerful, primal first – and it blew me away

The Guardian - ‎vor 11 Stunden‎
Margaret Thatcher, Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Julia Gillard - also all women. Don't get too excited. Reply. Share. Share on Facebook Facebook Share on Facebook Twitter.

Hillary Clinton must win on merit, not because she is a woman

The Australian - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
This week several columnists, including our own former prime minister Julia Gillard, writing in The New York Times, have made an issue of sexism in the US campaign.

Gillard Considers Beating Rudd To Secretary General For The Hell Of It

SBS - ‎19.07.2016‎
As former prime minister Kevin Rudd attempts to rally support around his bid for Secretary General of the United Nations, sources are suggesting that Julia Gillard is preparing a rival bid purely for the hell of it. “Why not?” Gillard was reported to ...

'Feminist Christmas': World reacts to Clinton's Democratic...

KSAT San Antonio - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, her country's first female leader, wrote a strong endorsement of Clinton in the New York Times earlier in the week.

Friday essay: Worth a thousand words – how photos shape attitudes to refugees

The News Minute - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
However a sharp rise in arrivals of asylum seekers by boat up to 2012 led to the re-opening of offshore processing centres under then-Prime Minister Julia Gillard. In October 2011, meanwhile, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship announced a ...

Ivanhoe Primary School exhibits famous Australians for its take on the Archibald Prize

Herald Sun - ‎25.07.2016‎
MALCOLM Turnbull and Julia Gillard have been immortalised on canvas for an art exhibition by Ivanhoe Primary School students.

Ballarat's Prime Ministers Avenue can't afford to keep up with the quick succession of leaders

ABC Online - ‎21.07.2016‎
With the recent brutality of Australian politics, which has seen five prime ministers dispatched from office in almost as many years, the money ran out after Australia's first female prime minister, Julia Gillard. The Prime Ministers Avenue, found in ...

Howard Sattler: shock-jock is back on the air after cancer scare

Community Newspaper Group - ‎29.07.2016‎
Mr Sattler was controversially sacked from 6PR in 2013 after asking then Primer Minister Julia Gillard if her boyfriend Tim Mathieson was gay.

OPINION: Merit alone won't add female MPs

The Sunshine Coast Daily - ‎27.07.2016‎
Tony Abbott (who, incidentally, was called a misogynist by Julia Gillard) had more females in his parliament. So did Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd, and all four of John Howard's governments. The last time we had a parliament with a lower level of female ...

The phenomenon of people choosing pets who look like them is a scientific fact

Herald Sun - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
BONDI vet Dr Kate Adams is constantly told she looks like her golden retriever, Ben. And she never takes offence because she agrees.