Education in lower-income countries at risk as some cut public education budgets in pandemic’s wake

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Education in lower-income countries at risk as some cut public education budgets in pandemic’s wake” – below is their description. Former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard tells CBC’s Power & Politics that education in lower-income countries is at risk because of the impact of COVID-19. CBC News YouTube … Read more Education in lower-income countries at risk as some cut public education budgets in pandemic’s wake

Hunt and Gillard team up for Astrazeneca vaccine launch | ABC News

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Hunt and Gillard team up for Astrazeneca vaccine launch | ABC News” – below is their description. Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has joined the Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt and Secretary of health Brendan Murphy to “ensure confidence” as the Astrazeneca vaccine is launched in Melbourne. … Read more Hunt and Gillard team up for Astrazeneca vaccine launch | ABC News

Australians encouraged to check in with each other on national R U OK day | ABC News

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Australians encouraged to check in with each other on national R U OK day | ABC News” – below is their description. Are you ok? That’s the question Australians are being encouraged to ask today, coming at a crucial time as the pandemic hits hard for many. … Read more Australians encouraged to check in with each other on national R U OK day | ABC News

Ex-Australia PM Julia Gillard: ‘I stand by everything I said about Tony Abbott’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Ex-Australia PM Julia Gillard: ‘I stand by everything I said about Tony Abbott’” – below is their description. Number 10 is facing mounting pressure to drop former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott as a choice for a top trade job – following criticism of his homophobic and sexist … Read more Ex-Australia PM Julia Gillard: ‘I stand by everything I said about Tony Abbott’

Is coronavirus widening the gender gap and disadvantaging women? – BBC Newsnight

Around the world, the coronavirus lockdown has closed schools and forced hundreds of millions to work from home. But the lockdown has also had an unintended consequence – catapulting some women back to the 1950s. Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F The coronavirus lockdown, which in the UK began at the end of March, has … Read more Is coronavirus widening the gender gap and disadvantaging women? – BBC Newsnight

Former PM Gillard has a new job and is using it to back calls for a coronavirus inquiry | ABC News

Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has been appointed the next chair of one of the world’s largest investors in medical research and pandemics, and is using her new role to join calls for an investigation into the coronavirus outbreak. Read more here: https://ab.co/2T9Kbt8 For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch more … Read more Former PM Gillard has a new job and is using it to back calls for a coronavirus inquiry | ABC News

Australia’s First Female Prime Minister Celebrates International Women’s Day | Good Morning Britain

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa Australia’s first and only ever female Prime Minister Julia Gillard and activist Bianca Jagger join us to talk all things gender equality ahead of International Women’s Day 2020. Julia’s speech on misogyny within Government in 2012 has now been voted the most unforgettable speech on Australian TV. Broadcast on 06/03/20 … Read more Australia’s First Female Prime Minister Celebrates International Women’s Day | Good Morning Britain

Julia Gillard, former Australia PM, on girls’ education and her iconic speech on misogyny | ITV News

Australia’s first and only female Prime Minister Julia Gillard sat down with ITV News presenter Julia Etchingham to talk all things gender equality. In this latest episode of our interview series Ask a Woman, the Welsh-born former world leader reflected on her famous speech on misogyny which was recently crowned ‘the most unforgettable moment in … Read more Julia Gillard, former Australia PM, on girls’ education and her iconic speech on misogyny | ITV News

Julia Gillard misogyny speech voted most unforgettable Australian TV moment: watch in full

Former prime minister Julia Gillard’s 2012 ‘misogyny speech’ has been voted the most unforgettable moment of Australian TV history by Guardian readers. Here is the speech in full Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► http://bit.ly/guardianwiressub Julia Gillard’s misogyny speech voted ‘most unforgettable’ moment in Australian TV history ► https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2020/feb/07/julia-gillard-misogyny-speech-voted-most-unforgettable-moment-in-australian-tv-history ‘It took on a life … Read more Julia Gillard misogyny speech voted most unforgettable Australian TV moment: watch in full

“This is it” – Julia Gillard Calls Leadership Ballot and is Ousted from Politics

Julia Gillard will not stand at the next Australian election after losing a snap leadership ballot on Wednesday 26th June 2013. Gillard called the leadership ballot after rumours circulated around Parliament that a petition for a leadership ballot was being handed round the Labor party members. The Labor leader then called a swift ballot to … Read more “This is it” – Julia Gillard Calls Leadership Ballot and is Ousted from Politics

Obama Set to Visit Canberra, Darwin and Bali

The US President, Barack Obama, is set to visit Australia and Indonesia in November as part of a regional tour. The Office of the Australian Prime Minister confirmed that President Obama would visit Darwin on 17th November 2011. The visit to the Northern Territory will be preceded by a reception in the Australian Capital Territory … Read more Obama Set to Visit Canberra, Darwin and Bali

Former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, Dies at 56

The former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, has died at 56 following a battle with ill health. The news comes just six weeks after the technology guru announced his retirement. The illegitimate son of two academics, Jobs was adopted by an Armenian family and went on co-found Apple and NeXT (which was later acquired by … Read more Former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, Dies at 56

Australian Prime Minister Surveys Flooded Queensland

The Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has visited the flood-affected areas of Queensland around Rockhampton in a chinook helicopter. Flying in from Gladstone, the premier met with Queensland Premier Anna Bligh and the head of the flood recovery taskforce Major-General Mick Slater. At the same time, another Chinook was transporting a Water Purification Unit from … Read more Australian Prime Minister Surveys Flooded Queensland

Australian Federal Election Called for 21st August 2010

The Australian federal election has been called for 21st August 2010 and will see the new Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, seek the approval of Aussie voters for her leadership after the coup against former PM Kevin Rudd earlier this year. Major issues will include promises over future mining taxes, the management of refugees and boat … Read more Australian Federal Election Called for 21st August 2010

Australia: Gillard Ousts Rudd as Mining Companies Oppose Super Tax

Kevin Rudd, the Australian Prime Minister who led the Australian Labor Party to a landslide victory in a left-wing backlash against the Howard government in 2007, has been ousted from power. His deputy, Julia Gillard, moved for change in the Labor party leadership after major policy switches at the start of the year saw Rudd … Read more Australia: Gillard Ousts Rudd as Mining Companies Oppose Super Tax