Books by Julia Gillard
On 1 June 2022, a record-breaking ten women were sworn into cabinet positions under Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. With more women in parliament, now is the perfect time to read Women and Leadership by Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
Find out which Penguin Random House authors will be attending writers festivals in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney this May.
Winners will be announced on 25 May 2023.
Join us as we travel back in time through 2022 with the authors that hit the road this year.
From fantastically funny rom-coms to straightforward self-help, these are some of the best books of 2022.
See some of the best books – old and new – that recount the real lives of influential people.
See some of the best non-fiction books of 2022 so far, as well as more great titles coming this year.
Ten years after the famous Misogyny Speech comes Julia Gillard's new book, Not Now, Not Ever.
The best books for educators to share on International Women’s Day 2021
Buy now: https://www.penguin.com.au/books/bluey-the-beach-winner-of-the-2020-abia-book-of-the-year-9781760894054 While Mum is off for a walk along the beach, Bluey discovers a beautiful shell. She runs to show Mum and has a series of encounters that will both excite and test her in unexpected ways. A gorgeous lift-the-flap board book for kids of all ages. Winner of the 2020 ABIA Children’s Picture book of the Year and the 2020 ABIA Book of the Year. #Bluey #BlueyBooks #JuliaGillard
The Women and Leadership co-authors answer our questions on gender equality and finding the inspiration to lead.
In Women and Leadership, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reflects on the importance of role-modelling in shattering gender stereotypes.
Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala crunch the numbers and offer an urgent rallying cry in Women and Leadership.
From the makers of See What You Made Me Do?, Strong Female Lead explores the gender politics during Julia Gillard’s term as Australia’s first and still only female Prime Minister.