Men could get 20 weeks paid paternity leave under scheme considered by PM Anthony Albanese


Men could get up to 20 weeks of tax-payer funded paternity leave under a bold new ‘gender equity’ scheme being considered by Anthony Albanese

  • The Labor government is reviewing expanding parental leave entitlements
  • Under the amended rules men could access five months of paid paternity leave 
  • Family groups are calling for even more and pushing for 12 months of paid leave 



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