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An alarming new survey, gathering data from twenty nations and published by the UN Women’s Unstereotype Alliance has found that antiquated views of gender have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic – and that young men are the ones who are lagging behind.
Our Editor-in-Chief Hannah Diviney sat down with Narelda Jacobs, Susan Carland and Melissa Leong to talk about their new show Dinner Guest. On Dinner Guest, Narelda, Susan and Melissa discuss society, culture, politics, work, families, beliefs - everything that makes us human.
By Phoebe Saintilan and Hannah Diviney
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