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Living Politics: From the Hawke Government to the UN, a Life Committed to Change
     

Living Politics: From the Hawke Government to the UN, a Life Committed to Change

by Margaret Reynolds
 

From grass roots activism to national politics and international human rights advocacy, Margaret Reynolds' life has been one of passionate commitment to social justice that has often put her at the forefront of major public policy reform. This absorbing autobiography reveals her strength and determination as one of Australia’s leading activists and examines

Overview

From grass roots activism to national politics and international human rights advocacy, Margaret Reynolds' life has been one of passionate commitment to social justice that has often put her at the forefront of major public policy reform. This absorbing autobiography reveals her strength and determination as one of Australia’s leading activists and examines the roles of Australian women during the past 40 years.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780702234385
Publisher:
University of Queensland Press
Publication date:
04/01/2008
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Margaret Reynolds is the state manager of National Disability Services in Tasmania and the president of the United Nations Association of Australia. She is a former member of Australian Parliament and former professor of human rights and international politics at the University of Queensland. Carmen Lawrence is a federal member of the Division of Freemantle, an Australian Electoral Division in Western Australia. She is the former premier of Western Australia and was the first woman to become premier of an Australian state.

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