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ENG: Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is an Australian politician who was the Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the Labor Party from 2010 to 2013. She was the first woman to hold either position. Gillard was born in Barry, Wales, and migrated with her family to Adelaide, South Australia, in 1966, attending Mitcham Demonstration School and Unley High School. In 1982, she moved to Melbourne, Victoria. She graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws in 1986. In 1987, Gillard joined the law firm Slater & Gordon, specialising in industrial law, before entering politics. Gillard was first elected to the House of Representatives at the 1998 federal election for the seat of Lalor, Victoria. Following the 2001 federal ...
for29against   In my opinion Julia Gillard is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for7against   Totally out of touch with the electorate. People are tired of promises without detail, failure to deliver and spin. Her trip to Western Sydney was a total failure as is her Govt., Kate3015
for7against   Poor grasp of basic economics. Lectures without debate.Dishonest, untrustworthy and uncouth.A total shudder!, Aitchotwo
for5against   Go to the people immidiately - get a mandate (if you can) then implement your policies! Most of your policies are totally wrong., frolly
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PM Julia Gillard rejects leadership tensions with Kevin Rudd


JULIA Gillard says she works closely with Kevin Rudd and that he is a valued member of her team, rejecting calls for an ALP internal review to be publicly released to halt damaging leaks that have inflamed leadership tensions between the pair. As the Prime Minister rejected suggestions she snubbed her predecessor in a speech to the ALP's national conference, Ms Gillard said Mr Rudd was doing a "great job". But Opposition Leader Tony Abbott said there were clear cut divisions between Ms Gillard and Mr Rudd and if they did not sort out their differences “one or other of them has to ...


Gillard warns against delaying WorkChoices replacement bill


The House of Representatives has passed the bill to replace the previous government's WorkChoices laws.A Senate committee is now holding an inquiry into the bill.The Coalition supported the bill on the basis that the Federal Government won a mandate at the last election.Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard told the Opposition that people will expect them to take the same attitude in the Senate next year."We are not expecting that inquiry to be used to hold up the delivery of this bill and we are not expecting the Opposition in the Senate to play games to hold this bill up or to stop the ...


The Gillard revolution


IT was telling that on the Monday morning after the weekend Council of Australian Governments meeting, ABC local radio in Sydney excitedly declared it day one in the education revolution. For ABC broadcaster Deborah Cameron, the revolution was about computers. Was this the Great Leap Forward? she asked rhetorically. Cameron should have googled, if only to remind herself that Mao Zedong's program led to the deaths of many millions of Chinese. Historical quibbles aside, for the next few minutes Cameron and NSW Education Minister Verity Firth applauded the coming revolution for delivering a ...


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Julia Gillard ignites and inspires progressives at Progress Summit - rabble.ca
rabble.caJulia Gillard ignites and inspires progressives at Progress Summitrabble.caFormer Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard spoke last Saturday March 29 at the Broadbent Institute's first-ever Progress Summit in Ottawa. Gillard's keynote speech was said to rally the progressive crowd to become better persuaders and campaigners ...Julia Gillard feted as progressives gather in OttawaiPolitics.ca (subscription)Resilience is key to women's success in politics, former Australian PM Julia ...The Vancouver Observerall 6 news articles »
Julia Gillard back in spotlight over links to unions - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldJulia Gillard back in spotlight over links to unionsSydney Morning HeraldThe most conspicuous individual name will be Julia Gillard, who, simply by being associated with this judicial inquiry, will suffer collateral damage to the gravitas of her legacy as the first woman prime minister of Australia. First among those to be ...and more »
Julia Gillard's former speechwriter appointed to head Labor thinktank - The Guardian
The GuardianJulia Gillard's former speechwriter appointed to head Labor thinktankThe GuardianLabor thinktank the Chifley research centre has appointed Julia Gillard's former speechwriter Michael Cooney to be its executive director. Cooney, who also advised Labor leaders Kim Beazley and Mark Latham, said it was the job of the research centre to ...
Julia Gillard's misogyny speech has been turned into a song - The Guardian (blog)
Julia Gillard's misogyny speech has been turned into a songThe Guardian (blog)Not Now, Not Ever is sung by Australian Voices, who say they were struck by the musicality of Julia Gillard's 'powerful' speech. Video: YouTube. Julia Gillard's famous speech during which she proclaimed she “would not be lectured about sexism and ...



 
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