Gender-Responsive Social Protection Systems: It’s a Human Right Thursday, 14th March 2019 at 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Aqua Room @ 4 W 43rd StreetNew York, NY 10036 In this workshop using Human Rights to promote social protections for women will be explored. Speakers will share global, regional and national means to use Human Rights […]
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eS4W and our member organisations raise awareness of the issues that affect women living in Australia and emerging issues facing them and their community.
Aimed at first time attendees and those interested in CSW Watch & Listen to the webinar The Webinar is aimed at: providing the ‘virtual’ space for those new to the UN / CSW processes and procedures of CSW to learn and interact with those who have previously attended and thus enter any CSW preparatory meeting […]
Join our roundtable and enhance the conversation with economic Security4Women (eS4W), Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Council Australia (FECCA), National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA), Australian Women Against Violence (AWAVA) and Harmony Alliance: Migrant and Refugee Women for Change. Date: Tuesday, 12th February 2019 Time: 12 noon to 3 pm (light lunch served) Venue: Hotel Kurrajong, 8 […]
Every woman and child has the right to live free from violence. Act on 3.8, you’re running late!
CSW101 Webinar Thursday 13th December 2018 – 1 pm to 1:45 pm (AEDT) At Redbank Conferencing – https://events.redbackconferencing.com.au/f3c380
Retiring with a superannuation nest egg that allows for a decent standard of living is one of the fundamental objectives of retirement incomes policy. For most Australian women, their superannuation balance on retirement falls well short of this basic objective meaning retirement is often accompanied by financial pressures and in a worst case, severe hardship. […]
One area where the economic security for women has been enhanced over the past few decades is in educational attainment. There are more women than men finishing year 12 schooling, and this is carrying into university where there are more women than men achieving a bachelor degree. This is important for economic and financial security […]
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.