Kristine Ziwica

is a Melbourne-based journalist.

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News August 14, 2021

Scott Morrison and the women’s movement

This weekend marks six months since the Brittany Higgins allegations broke. How much political capital has Scott Morrison expended on issues of concern to women, particularly their safety and economic security?

News July 10, 2021

The case that might close the wage gap

A landmark case before the Fair Work Commission could see aged-care workers granted a 25 per cent pay increase, and force the government to reckon with the wage gap across female-dominated industries.

podcast May 13, 2021

The website the government doesn’t want you to see

Leaked documents show the Morrison government is actively undermining respectful relationships education and preventing expert materials from being taught.

News May 08, 2021

Our Watch and respectful relationships

Leaked documents show the Morrison government is actively undermining respectful relationships education and preventing expert materials from being taught.

News April 10, 2021

Older women and homelessness

While the Morrison government makes gestures towards stronger protections for women, the number of homeless women aged over 55 continues to rise alarmingly – made worse by the pandemic, inaccurate economic modelling and poor superannuation policies.

News September 26, 2020

Shareholders push for corporate responsibility

The recent demotion of Boe Pahari at AMP shows how shareholders can hold a company to account for its response to claims of sexual harassment in the workplace. But does this case really mark the ‘turning point’ heralded by some?