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    Women in Leadership 2010-2015

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    issues associated with the economics of disadvantage.

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CEDA report: Five years of Women in Leadership – progress too slow A publication reflecting on five years tackling the issue of increasing gender equality in the workplace and increasing the number of women in leadership positions in Australia shows little progress has been made but there has been a marked shift in how the issue is viewed.

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Framework and long-term plans needed to address untapped opportunities: Diane Smith-Gander
“It’s very hard to strive and be aspirational if you are in an over-regulated environment,” Transfield Services Chairman, Diane Smith-Gander said at the second event of CEDA’s three-part infrastructure series in Western Australia (WA)....Read More

Vale the Rt Hon. Malcolm Fraser AC
CEDA is saddened to hear of the passing of former prime minister the Rt Hon. Malcolm Fraser AC....Read More

Nuclear energy cheaper than renewables: UK expert Dr Tim Stone
Nuclear power is a cheaper, cleaner energy alternative to renewables, UK Office for Nuclear Development former Chair, Dr Tim Stone has told a CEDA event in Adelaide. ...Read More

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10/03/2015
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Mature age employment opportunities: Professor John Freebairn
Following the release of the Intergenerational Report, Professor John Freebairn examines factors contributing to retirement decisions including government policy and mature age employment opportunities.

4/03/2015
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The age of food: Julian Cribb
Food will be a defining issue of our time with Australia well placed to capitalise on market demand for clean produce. Julian Cribb discusses food sustainability and production.

13/02/2015
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Economic reform as a result of crisis is not what we need: Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin
Political capital and courage is what Australia desperately needs right now as economic conditions tighten.

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