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References

1. Office for Women, ‘125th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage’.

2. AdelaideAZ, ‘University of Adelaide second in the world and Australia’s first to admit women students on equal terms in 1881’.

Alison Mackinnon, ‘Early Graduates’, The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia, 2014.

3. AdelaideAZ, ‘University of Adelaide second in the world and Australia’s first to admit women students on equal terms in 1881’.

4. AdelaideAZ, ‘University of Adelaide second in the world and Australia’s first to admit women students on equal terms in 1881

Alison Mackinnon, ‘Early Graduates’, The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia (2014).

5. ‘Flexible Work’ Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

6. Department of Education, Skills and Employment, ‘uCube’, Higher Education Statistics (2019).

7. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016 Census of Population and Housing (2017).

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9. ‘Boosting Female Founders Initiative’, Business.gov.au (6 April 2021).

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20. KPMG, She’s Price(d)less (PDF 371 KB) (report commissioned by the Diversity Council of Australia and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, 22 August 2019)

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22. Samantha Selinger-Morris, ‘It’s been healing’: older people are the key to our happiness’, The Sydney Morning Herald (4 April 2021)

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