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Understanding how global agreements impact on policy and legislation in Australia economic Security4Women’s e-paper looks as why it is important to understand the role and impact of International Agreements on National Policy in Australia Introduction Australia is a representative democracy founded under the values of: freedom of election and being elected; freedom of assembly and […]
Statistics from the latest AICD Gender diversity progress report show a worrying slowdown in progress towards the AICD’s 30% target for women on ASX 200 boards.
Objective To build on past research and act on the recommendations to assist eS4W to understand Australian Women’s current views, issues and concerns and deliver that message to Government. Description Care economy – “Dealing with the complexities of the Care Economy” – engage with the wider Care community, to ensure increased awareness, understanding and engagement […]
Celebrating International Women’s Day International Women’s Day is commemorated around the world on the 8th of March. It’s a perfect day to take time out and celebrate the women and girls in our lives, and recognise the important contributions they make in every facet of society. This year, I attended UN Women National Committee Australia’s […]
Member Organisations: AWE – Association of Women Educators AWE is a national organisation which, through its branches and Executive, works to address social and equity issues for women and girls in education and related areas Council member representatives: Roselynne Anderson and Jenny Nayler AFA – Association of Financial Advisers (AFA Inspire) The AFA has been the […]
Boosting women’s workforce participation Women into non-traditional occupations and industries eS4W’s objective is to improve opportunities for women in non-traditional occupations and emerging industries with a focus on challenging gender occupation stereotypes for girls. eS4W in 2015-2016 continue to engage member organisations and external stakeholders – including individual women – in the identification and raised […]
Welcome and Introduction Senator the Hon. Michaelia Cash, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women Report-Back Presentations from the National Women’s Alliances: International Advocacy, Highlights of Participation, using agreed conclusions in domestic advocacy Helen Dalley-Fisher, ERA and Julie Oberin, AWAVA Office for Women Report Back Mairi Steele, Assistant Secretary, Office for Women, Department of […]