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Marie Yvonne Coleman (née Burns), , (born 1933) is an Australian feminist, social activist, public servant and journalist. She was the first woman to head an Australian national statutory authority. She spent over 60 years campaigning against the gender pay gap and other social injustices.

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by Australia. Social Welfare Commission
Queanbeyan, N.S.W. : Australian Government Social Welfare Commission, 1976
 
 
by Coleman, Marie, 1933-
[Canberra] : Office of Child Care, Dept. of Social Security, 1978
 
 
[Canberra] : Royal Institute of Public Administration (A.C.T. Group), 1974
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