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eS4W Constitution

eS4W is an Incorporated Association. A copy of our constitution can be viewed at eS4W Constitution

eS4W’s Key Achievements have been but not limited to:

  • Engagement with grass-roots organisations through roundtables to inform what the women of Australia require to obtain economic wellbeing
  • The re-establishment of the Time Use Survey
  • Removal of the $450 threshold to earn Superannuation
  • The implementation of paid parental leave to increase women’s workforce participation
  • Girls can do anything project highlighting that STEM based subjects are for women too
  • Collaborating with policy makers on the care economy and the impact on women’s economic security and workforce participatio


  • Leadership programs established with partner organisation Femeconomy – Economic Security for Women program
  • eS4W responded to the Inquiry into the Australian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic first interim report. eS4W was one of the witnesses to the inquiry who presented to the Committee (Represented by Roselynne Anderson, eS4W’s Chair and Sharen Page, eS4W’s Finance & Project Officer).  eS4W’s Submission was referred to a number of times in the report.