#22 International Women’s Day

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We are women (and a bloke), hear us roar! This episode we're discussing women, feminism and gender and how it relates to early childhood education in Australia.

In the News

We're still fighting the battle I thought women would win 30 years ago
Childcare workers to strike on Wednesday over low pay
Why taxpayers get a good deal from funding childcare
Instead of putting more money into schools, spend more on kid's education in early childhood, says PwC

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