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The (all male) members of the commission of the League of Nations. For Australia, the League’s establishment marked the beginning of our independence on the global stage. Wikimedia Commons

The League of Nations was formed 100 years ago today. Meet the Australian women who lobbied to join it

The League of Nations was established 100 years ago today. This precursor to the United Nations was dominated by men but many Australian women worked hard to gain a voice there.
Clare Wright’s Forgotten Rebels of Eureka has been justly praised - and it’s an important addition to Australian feminist history. Paul Baird/Flickr

Noted works: The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka

Clare Wright’s The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka (2013) is a career-defining work of scholarship and storytelling. The significance of her historical intervention and the power and flair of Wright’s narrative…

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