Probably not, because the difference between genders is only a couple of percentage points. If you want to improve education levels then it is easier to target along socioeconomic or geographic lines.Will there be funding to redress the inequality in educational attainment?
Again, if women have been disproportionately impacted then it’s an easy win to target them with measures.You are probably right on jobs strategies but these programs were justified by nonsense statements like -
"women face an uphill battle every day in the workforce"
"Female-dominated industries, such as retail, hospitality and the arts, were hit the hardest by the pandemic, while women were also on the front line of essential service delivery in health and education"
I doubt we’ll ever see a Victoria that needs one.I doubt we'll ever see a Victorian minister for men.
You have a massive chip on your shoulder about this stuff.