The Greens have a new economic team, and they're all dudes

Speaking to Fairfax about the new line-up, party leader Richard Di Natale said that "the economy's got to serve people, not the other way around."

He's right. But right now, the economy is leaving half the population with a gender pay gap of 18.8% and a superannuation gap of 45.7%. Economic inequality remains a significant barrier to women's equality. Yet The Greens have chosen an all male economic team. 

The Greens pride themselves on being powered from the bottom-up and engaging the community -- can you make sure they know how the community feel about their all male economic team? Send them an email at 


1. Meet the new Greens economic team preparing to shake up Australian politics, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 June 2015.