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The Women's Budget Statement was more like a first step than a revolution

By Helen Hodgson, Professor, Curtin Law School and Curtin Business School, Curtin University
Sally Moyle, Honorary Associate Professor, Australian National University
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We’re told that this budget, more than most, delivered for women.

Certainly for the first time in years it was accompanied by a Women’s Budget Statement printed as part of the budget papers rather than as an add-on glossy brochure.

The statement reported on the effect of the COVID pandemic on women and on government measures in the fields of women’s safety, women’s economic security…

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