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30 January 2017


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I am sure there are many PNG women with the same temperament as Emma Goldman and Bessie Braddock.

" The most violent element in society is ignorance " - Emma Goldman

This is important because ultimately women in parliament will be the ones driving changes resulting in equality in PNG.

'My Walk to Equality' has demonstrated that there is an abundance of talented and intelligent women in PNG. All that needs to happen now is for them to make their way into parliament.

That may be harder than it sounds. It's a bit like standing on the edge of a smelly swamp that you know is full of crocodiles and even more loathsome creatures deciding whether you'll put a toe in the water.

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