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economic Security4Women (eS4W) believes that economic wellbeing and financial security are essential ingredients to achieving equality for women and will enable women of all ages to have an equal place in society. The ability to achieve positive economic outcomes impacts on all aspects of women’s lives including their family, education, health, employment, housing and personal safety, and can enable women to make informed decisions.
eS4W focuses on the promotion of lifelong economic well being for women. They:
- engage with Government on behalf of Australian women
- identify women’s barriers to economic security
- prioritise the key issues for action to bring about change
- advise and encourage government to formulate appropriate policies.
eS4W advocates and lobbies for change to policies which continue to impact negatively on equality for women and their ongoing economic security. Through passionate advocacy and lobbying eS4W is determined to:
- achieve equal pay rates for women and narrow the Gender Pay Gap
- improve women’s access to relevant and affordable education and training
- improve women’s control over economic resources and income for retirement, and subsequently financial security
- improve the effectiveness of mainstreaming a gender perspective throughout budgetary and policy processes
- improve women’s access to sustainable employment and business enterprise
- improve women’s access to financial planning and superannuation
- improve women’s access to affordable and accessible childcare (including out of school hours and vacation care) and the needs of all carers (including carers of the age and disabled)
- improve women’s access to information and technology for women across all regions (in particular rural and remote areas)
- improve the provision of appropriate working conditions for women and to enhance their career advancement within employment
- improve the rate of elimination of employment discrimination and occupational segregation
- promote women’s (actual and potential) role in the economy through their contributions to increases in productivity, in leadership and decision making positions.