We are pleased to annouce eS4W has a new partner – Women’s Health and Wellbeing Barwon South West (WHWBSW)
WHWBSW In response to community members and stakeholders calling for information related to COVID-19 and how it affects women (including accessing financial help; accessing domestic violence support; accessing information for CALD communities and women with disabilities), they have created a “COVID-19 INFO & RESOURCE HUB” with a series of videos as part of their LET’S CONNECT: WOMEN’S VOICES THROUGH COVID-19.
Over the past few weeks WHWBSW has partnered with us to bring you the first installment of Let’s Connect: Women’s Voices Through COVID-19
WHWBSW have created a series of videos to help with your needs NOW through COVID-19. With eS4W they have taken a look at women’s economic and financial security.
WHWBSW’s CEO Emma Mahony chats with:
- eS4W’s Economist In Residence Stephen Koukoulas about WHY women fare worse than men financially, and the government reforms and policy changes that could be used to address this gendered problem.
- Terese Edwards, Chief Executive Officer of the National Council for Single Mothers & their Children, about the question of money during this crisis: the problems women face, what is available to them financially and how to get help.
- Tania Clarke, Manager Policy & Campaigns, with the Victorian Women’sw Legal Service about the things to consider before accessing your superannuation early.
- Please view the videos below and share with your networks and stakeholders.