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Gordon Legal 28 May 18
Plenty in the papers today on super, not much about the 220,000 women who are missing out on super because they don't earn past the $450 pay threshold - for Melb peeps that would more than fill the MCG twice over
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Tracey Sharah Jul 8
It is time to close the gap and ensure that don't with 47% less super than men
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Hostplus 7 Mar 18
The is one of the reasons women experience greater levels of poverty and economic insecurity in retirement. That is why we need to for everyone and work towards a more equitable system.
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Women in Super Jul 8
The gender super gap is one reason that an estimated 40% of older single retired women live in poverty and experience economic insecurity in retirement. Government action is needed to make super fair for women.
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SBuckley 11 Apr 18
Really excited that we are one of the founding members of the Australian Gender Equality Council - great forum hoping to make a difference for future generations of women
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Cecilia A Storniolo Nov 29
40% of older single women live in poverty in australia - unacceptable uperup
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Women in Super Sep 23
"The fastest growing cohort of homeless people is retired single women. These are women who have worked, cared for families & contributed to our society. In a country as wealthy as Australia there is no excuse for this." Sandra Buckley, WIS CEO, in Canberra.
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Deidre White 6 Mar 18
what an incredible inspiring talk - thank you...thank you
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Post-Party Oct 25
Is bankruptcy & never working in finance again better than paying $450pw rent & eating dinner off the floor. At least on newstart >50yo single women may have a roof of there own to sleep under
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NUW 7 Mar 18
'Working people fought for fairness in superannuation. They went on strike. This was not gifted to working women, we fought'. - The amazing Dr Rosemary Kelly
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CommSuperCorp (CSC) Mar 7
Happy International Women's Day! We’re celebrating with a fantastic group of speakers at our Women’s Wellbeing event in Canberra.
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Sarah Goodwin 19 Apr 18
Hearing from the Women’s Property Initiative today on Australia’s housing affordability crisis. Women (particularly older women) are fast becoming at risk of homelessness - reform is needed.
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Women in Super May 11
Lots of visitors at our stand during the ! Wonderful to see and also hear people talking about !
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Deidre White 6 Mar 18
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Kim Wilcke Aug 14
It’s great to hear from Sandra Buckley from in speaking about
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FlexCareers 7 Nov 17
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SerannaHobart Sep 6
Listening to with Laura from at the Unions Industry Super all the way! no commissions
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Cr Mary Delahunty Apr 21
Study shows retirement savings gender gap is 42 per cent. Women take time out of the workforce to add economically to others, and our reward? Poverty in retirement.
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Melissa Birks Aug 28
A great IRSV event, part of a great discussion about addressing equality issues impact women in the workplace
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Sharon Morris 15 Mar 18
I’m seeing double! Cate Wood, Chair, Women in Super and all round inspiration!
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