In Australia, one of NSW's youngest female politicians calls for diversity as she enters local government
A sea of change is washing across New South Wales local government as more women and young people take up seats as councillors. Until recently, 22-year-old Imogen Draisma could not see herself reflected in the local council running her home city of Kiama, in the Illawarra.
"My ideas and [I] were not represented by the people that were purporting to represent me," Cr Draisma said.
Click here to read the full article published by ABC News on 21 December 2021.