eS4W has a comprehensive membership profile, which includes organisations that have women members in urban, regional, rural and remote locations, young workers, groups with special areas of interest or occupation like education and training and groups that deliver services to women. eS4W’s members’ organisations represent women from all sectors of Australian society including but not limited to: women with disabilities, CALD women, ATSI women, LGBTQI, professional women and academics.
AWE is a national organisation which, through its branches and Executive, works to address social and equity issues for
Working for balance! AGEC’s vision is simple – to achieve gender equality in Australia. Through high profile national
The voice of graduate women in Queensland promoting the advancement of women worldwide and their equity of
NCSMC has been an organisation for single mothers since its conception in the early 1970`s. NCSMC believes that having
Soroptimist International is a worldwide volunteer service organisation for all women who work to improve the lives of
The 100% Project’s vision is to see 100% of Australia’s leadership potential, female and male, equally contributing to our social and economic future. We promote equality of choice and opportunity for women and men
The AFA has been the authentic voice of advice professionals since its beginning in 1946. Today, the AFA is a vibrant,
BPW works to raise the status of women and encourages women to become well informed and active at local, national and
IWFCI was formed to meet the emerging needs of women in business and in recognition of their increasing contribution to
NTWWC provides information, support, advice and advocacy services to women on work-related issues.
Council member representative: Anna Davis
Professionals Australia is a network of 25,000 Australian professionals working together for a better future for all our members.
Council member representative: Nicki Petrou
Tasmanian Women in Agriculture (TWiA) is a voluntary, non political, independent and grass roots organisation that recognises
TradeUP Australia is a newly formed initiative looking for industry and community support to encourage women to see a skilled trade as a viable career option.
Council member representative: Sarah-Jayne Flatters
WAVE is a national network of women involved in VET, ACE and the broad field of work-related education and training.
Council member representative: Jan Edwards and Debra Parker
WHWBSW is a feminist organisation committed to intersectionality, gender equality and best practice health
District 24 is part of a world-wide, non-partisan, non-sectarian organisation whose members are culturally diverse and from an array of working lives in professional, business, government and academic roles.
Council member representative: Sharyl Scott
AGW INC is the national voice of graduate women, promoting the advancement of women worldwide and their
FECCA is the peak, national body representing Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. FECCA’s
NCWA is a national non-government umbrella organisation with broadly humanitarian and educational objectives,
A national body, NOWN Australia, was established in 1993 to act as a lobby group for older women and to liaise with
QVWC is a hub for women’s issues, ideas and leadership across ages, cultures, interests and localities. A place for women, by women.
Council member representative: Jo Porter
The Brisbane Women’s Club is a centre for Brisbane and Queensland women to exercise progressive leadership around
An independent advocate for women and girls. Since 1985, VWT have been promoting true gender equality through annual grants, targeted research, education, policy submissions, events and more.
Council Members: Mary Crooks
The Women’s Electoral Lobby is dedicated to creating a society where women’s participation and their ability to fulfil their
WIRE provides free information, support and referrals to women across Victoria.
Council member representative: Julie Kun
WWQ is a free, confidential and supportive service assisting women with work-related matters. WWQ targets our services to assist women who may not have other support or union membership.
Council member representative: Fiona Hunt
WHGNE is a dynamic, independent, feminist organisation committed to improving the health, safety and wellbeing of women in the Goulburn Valley and North East Victoria.