invites you to attend
“How can women’s’ organisations engage with government, corporates and civil society for the development of policies to improve women’s economic security”
Join and enhance the conversation on the
19th November 2018
Rydges Hotel, Southbank Brisbane
9 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
12:15 pm for 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
(light lunch & afternoon tea provided)
eS4W economist in residence, Stephen Koukoulas, Presents eS4W’s White Paper
“Enhancing economic and financial security for women will not be achieved by undermining and lowering economic security for men. This is not the trade-off.
Rather, this important issue identifies areas where women’s economic security is lower or more precarious than for men, it uncovers reasons why this is likely to have occurred and canvasses policy and other issues that can be put in place to lift the economic status and financial well-being of women.”
(2018: Defining the concept of economic security for all women; eS4W)
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