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I launched my book A hell of a lot of glass – achieving gender equality in the workplaces of Australia in the same week that the Women’s Economic Equality Taskforce submitted their report to the government and released their findings. (For more, see my previous blog).

I’d been fearing that my findings drawn from research, interviews and my own experience could be past their used by date.

Although it gave me no joy to read some of the grim findings in the Women’s Economic Equality Taskforce’s report (including the fact that gender inequality in Australia is costing the economy $128 billion), I was relieved that my book well and truly still has a shelf life.

I’ve been given further evidence that my book still has a shelf life because I’ve been invited to speak at 2 International Women’s Day events this year on the strength of my book. More about these after the events.