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    Editor's Note JappyRosieRivet Ed’s August Note Wow, and what a month! At the Victorian Women's Trust (publisher of Sheilas), we've had a particularly hectic few weeks ... Read more →
    Horacek! Judy Global Warming Please listen carefully to the following options… This month, the Victorian Women’s Trust (publisher of Sheilas) launched the Monster Petition Climate Change Petition. You can read about it in this edition in… Read more →
    News emily2-162x222 Family-Friendly Leave Time A Two-Way Street Emily Lee-Ack returns with a rundown on the realities of shared parenting after a recent survey revealed that while a majority of women view childcare as a government responsibility, a majority of men still see it as an individual or private responsibility. Read more →
    News two1 Stand Up and Be Counted on Climate Change Victorian Women's Trust Executive Director Mary Crooks AO and La Trobe University Emeritus Professor Judith Brett outline the story of how a meeting they had with Clare Wright and Dur-e Dara led to the creation of the Monster Climate Change Petition ... Read more →
    A Bonza Sheila Ruby Hamad Headshot Bonza Sheila, Ruby Hamad Ruby Hamad is Sydney based writer who has been on Sheilas' "wishlist" for some time. Read more →
    Polly Ticks cigarpictureright-620x349 Cigar Wielding Wealthy Motorist Entitlements By Sarah Capper Sitting on the train, surrounded by other poor people, sans cars, it’s hard not to wonder whether the Abbott Government is becoming… Read more →
    Culture Club Alice Bechel Image Get Your GOFF On! The Girls on Film Festival kicks off mid-September, so what better way to celebrate Culture Club this month by having the Festival's Director Karen Pickering provide Sheilas readers with an armchair ride through the Festival program ... Read more →
    Keeping It Reel lucy-542x505 #RosieRespect Photo Project To celebrate the launch of Rosie, an initiative of The Dugdale Trust for Women & Girls, we’re giving away some incredible prizes as part of our #RosieRespect Photo Project – such as a one year Frankie magazine subscription, headphones, art supplies and much more! Read more →
    First Person Robin Williams Ending the Quarantine of Depression In the spirit of ending society's 'quarantine' around one of the biggest health issues we face: mental health, we need to talk about it. Amy Gray reports ... Read more →