A key barrier to full equality is the stigma around the menstrual cycle in our society.
News from eS4W
eS4W and our member organisations raise awareness of the issues that affect women living in Australia and emerging issues facing them and their community.
eS4W’s White Paper on “The impact of unpaid care work on women’s economic security outlines the costs to individual carers, and the financial benefits to the Commonwealth and State and Territory budgets from those who undertake unpaid care for their loved ones.
The Working Together for Equality Beijing + 25 Review 2019 : Australia is part of the ongoing Australian Civil Society monitoring and evaluation of women’s rights commitments made by the Australian Government and Civil Society for the advancement of women through use of the agreed strategies from the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (BPFA) […]
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Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation on “What impacts economic and financial security for all women in Australia” with: AFA Inspire, Australian Graduate Women, Queensland Graduate Women Gold Coast, Sue Graham, Multicultural Communities Council Gold Coast, Dr Kerry Bodle, recipient of Griffith University Indigenous Outstanding Alumni award 2019 and Pip Coore on “The […]
Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation with: AFA Inspire, Australian Graduate Women (AGW), Australian Gender Equality Council (AGEC), Pip Coore on the “The Emergence of Family Care Agreements in an Ageing World” and Dr Terry Fitzsimmons – “Hands Up for Gender Equality” Tuesday 12th November 2019 1:45 pm for 2pm to 5 pm […]
For the first time in Melbourne, hear Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, civil rights activist, and feminist speak at the Collingwood Town Hall on 18 November 2019. “#MeToo has no colour, religion, gender, or socioeconomic status. Above all, it’s about helping survivors heal” – Tarana Burke Join Victorian Women’s Trust in partnership with […]