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13.06.2013

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Sex discrimination commissioner \'appalled\' but not surprised by latest Army scandal MP3

For 18 months the sex discrimination commissioner Elizabeth Broderick immersed herself in Defence culture as part of the review she led into the treatment of women in Defence. The commissioner says this latest episode is a setback; that there are men in Defence who believe women have no place in the military at all and who can't change their behaviour. Source: abc.net.au

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