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  • KERRY O'BRIEN: The prophet, Mohammed, gave women the right to divorce and inherit property. Yet critics charge that Islam is sexist and repressive, forcing women into submission, obliging them to cover their heads and bodies. NAELA TABA: To cover the head is an obligatory order from God. TOUJAN FAISAL: I think it first kills self-esteem.
    Date: 28/02/1995 - Collection: Media - ID: media/tvprog/V5520 - Source: LATELINE

  • KERRY O'BRIEN: It's one of the last male bastions. Despite more than ten years of affirmative action and equal opportunities legislation, Australian executives are still overwhelmingly men. Is there an imperative to change the culture of corporate Australia and what does it take for women to reach the top? Three men who are
    Date: 17/11/1994 - Collection: Media - ID: media/tvprog/0TZ10 - Source: LATELINE

  • KERRY O'BRIEN: We know that women are leaving corporate Australia in ever-increasing numbers, but we don't know all the reasons why or what they're doing instead. URSULA BONZOL: I got to a point where I wanted something different. It just didn't suit me any more. KERRY O'BRIEN: Even those who are
    Date: 22/08/1994 - Collection: Media - ID: media/tvprog/K7U10 - Source: LATELINE

  • MAXINE McKEW: This is the way the media likes to portray women - victims with just a touch of condescension. EXTRACT REPORTER: Here she is, a slip of a girl, if you like, who has taken on the might of the New South Wales Right and beaten them. MAXINE McHUGH: But
    Date: 01/07/1993 - Collection: Media - ID: media/tvprog/09B10 - Source: LATELINE

  • KERRY O'BRIEN: For years, the average Australian dad went to work while mum stayed at home with the kids and did the housework. Today, in most homes, they both work, but does the boss appreciate the problem? That's Lateline tonight. The last two decades have seen a revolution in the workforce - the
    Date: 06/06/1991 - Collection: Media - ID: media/tvprog/CRG00 - Source: LATELINE

  • KERRY O'BRIEN: Women call it the glass ceiling. They can see their way to the top jobs, it's just that very few ever break through. GAYLENE CLARKE: I think now, we're just being competitive like everybody else, and wanting to get where we want to go. KERRY O'BRIEN: If you walk
    Date: 04/07/1990 - Collection: Media - ID: media/tvprog/AA500 - Source: LATELINE

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