eS4W Partner Organisation – Super-Rewards is holding a free event in Sydney on 11th March 6 pm to 8 pm at Level 4, 11 York Street, Sydney. About this Event Super-Rewards & Women’s with Cents come together to help you Super Charge your Super! Superannuation can be complicated and we often don’t think much about […]
Femeconomy has partnered with The 30% Club and leading Australian Board Directors to develop a Gender Equality Procurement Toolkit, to support organisations to implement procurement strategies that create gender equality across their supply chains, and foster ethical supply practices. Femeconomy have also developed an example Gender Equality Procurement Policy that is targeted towards Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Currently women […]
Boosting Economic Security for All Women living in Australia Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation on WEDNESDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 2020 10 am to 1 pm (Morning Tea provided) at SOUTH AUSTRALIA PARLIAMENT HOUSE North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000 GUEST SPEAKER: Stephen Koukoulas, eS4W economist in residence will present on “The impact of unpaid […]
Boosting Economic Security for All Women living in Australia Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation on TUESDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 2020 9 am to 12 noon (8:45 am Morning Tea Provided) at MERCURE HOTEL (Anglesea Room) 10 Irwin Street, Perth, WA GUEST SPEAKER: Stephen Koukoulas, eS4W economist in residence will present on “The impact […]
Boosting Economic Security for All Women living in Australia Join economic Security4Women (eS4W) and enhance the conversation on MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2020 12 noon to 3 pm (Light lunch provided) at EDEN GROVE MANNING FUNCTION CENTRE 25 James Stirling Place HARVEY WA 6220 GUEST SPEAKER: Stephen Koukoulas, eS4W economist in residence will present on “The […]
A key barrier to full equality is the stigma around the menstrual cycle in our society.
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) […]
Super Rewards is a shopping platform that contributes to your super for you! Every time you shop online via Super Rewards, cash rewards are paid into your existing super fund.
Super Rewards Is for women who care about their retirement and improve their financial wellbeing.
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 […]
The national gender pay gap remains stable at 14.0%, a drop of just 0.1pp over the last six months. This year, [Un] Equal Pay Day was on 28 August 2019, marking the 59 additional days from the end of the previous financial year that women must work, on average, to earn the same amount as […]
Many women will be affected by July 1 changes that will see insurance cover linked to inactive super accounts cancelled. If you’re on extended leave this may apply to you. Make sure you read letters from your fund and respond in time. @womeninsuper Members lose their insurance if an inactive account of less than $6,000 […]
economic Security4Women has partnered with Bauer Media’s major campaign designed to empower and educate the nation’s more than 12 million women about their personal finances and financial abuse. The campaign, entitled Financially Fit Females, will be run across Bauer’s 36 media brands, including ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, The Australian Women’s Weekly and Woman’s Day with a combined readership of some […]
ABC News are hoping you can help them increase women’s participation in a new ABC News personal finance series directly targeting women (and using their burning questions to guide coverage decisions!). ABC News is running this series overtly for women in recognition that overall they … • Earn less than men • Have less money […]
The how and why of using the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 63) Agreed Conclusions to drive your organisation’s policy and advocacy. The Webinar is aimed at providing the ‘virtual’ space for those new to the UN / CSW processes and procedures of CSW learn and interact with those who have attended and […]
Women on average get paid 15 per cent less than men, have less superannuation when they retire and perform unpaid care work more frequently. Disability advocate, Kristen Desmond, economist, Stephen Koukoulas and Christine Hepburn, from ES4W (Economic Security for Women) join Leon Compton to discuss how policy reform can improve the situation. Duration: 14min 13sec […]
Own your financial future is the financial literacy project created by Australian Shareholders’ Association (ASA). ASA will run a number of free workshops in various locations across Australia for women aged over 55 years. The aim is to empower older women with an understanding of basic investment and financial concepts
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 […]