Blog | April 13, 2016 | Carol Morgan
For many of us, standing up, raising our voice and expressing our opinion is something we take for granted.
We can comment about government services online, protest publicly where we think these services are failing, and feed back on how we think our government can improve.
But, for many people - especially women - this is not a given. And where this happens, the inability of women to raise their voices means that critical decisions are made in forums that exclude half the community.