In 2011, Australia’s Prime Minister and Governor-General are women – and now so is the Premier of Tasmania.
Just ten years ago, this ‘state of the state’ was unimaginable. But how much difference does it really make to have women in top jobs – in government, business and other sectors?
‘Do Women Leaders Make A Difference?’ is the topic of the first Denison Debate of 2011, presented by the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at UTAS.
The Denison Debate features Dr Natasha Cica, Director of the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society, in conversation with four guest speakers – all women who have attained senior leadership roles:
The Denison Debate is a series of events hosted by the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at UTAS. The series aims to provide a forum for more open and vibrant Tasmanian conversations about ideas and values in our society.
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3 March, 2011