On International Women’s Day: will you press for progress?

Today is International Women’s Day. The first international celebration was in 1911 as part of the Suffrage  Movement. Then it was about the right to vote; now it means a lot more to many women (and men) around the world. But the need for change is still real and this year’s theme invites people to #PressforProgress.

To celebrate, this year we are reminding you of some of the great writing of KPMG women on the issues that matter to them. Each one shows the diverse thinking of our women.

Read more from Cassandra Hogan, Carolyn Ralph, Gaye Haug and Shelley Reys.

The rise of energy poverty in Australia – both a social and moral issue – Cassandra Hogan
Why every audit is like a first date – Carolyn Ralph
15.3 percent and falling very slowly: the gender pay gap is still unacceptably high – Gaye Haug
Standing in the Gallery: 10th Anniversary of Parliament’s Apology to The Stolen Generations – Shelley Reys

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