Increasing women’s participation in public service and creating a global network of women equipped to tackle today’s challenges.
To build a generation of women leaders who will invest in their countries and communities, provide leadership in their governments, and change the way global solutions are forged. Developed by a founding partnership of the Department of State and the five leading women's colleges, WPSP will convene a series of global conversations and launch partnerships to educate and train a new generation of women to enter the public sector with the strategic leadership skills, energy, and commitment required to tackle today’s global challenges.more
Australia December 4: Women politicians lead Canberra Question Time “In Canberra, Question Time was presided over by four females for the first time in history. Bronwyn Bishop, Julie Bishop, Tanya Plibersek and deputy clerk of the parliament Claressa Surtees were in charge as Bill Shorten and Tony Abbott were both in Macksville for…