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WIMWA 'manel' reflects on past year

LISTEN and be prepared to be uncomfortable were the key messages from an all-male panel – or “manel” – to close out this year’s WIMWA Summit in Perth on September 23.

Moderator Annabel Crabb (left), Rio Tinto's Richard Cohen, Perenti's Mark Norwell, Ora Banda's Luke Creagh and BHP's Clayton Hanrahan. Image: WIMWA/Rift Photography

Moderator Annabel Crabb (left), Rio Tinto's Richard Cohen, Perenti's Mark Norwell, Ora Banda's Luke Creagh and BHP's Clayton Hanrahan. Image: WIMWA/Rift Photography

The Enough is Enough report into sexual harassment in the fly-in, fly-out mining sector was handed down in June but has been in the headlines in recent days after the Western Australian government issued...

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