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.
WHWBSW CEO Emma Mahony chats with Economic Security4Women 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.
WHWBSW CEO Emma Mahony chats with 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.
Keen to know about withdrawing your superannuation early during this COVID-19 crisis? Our CEO Emma Mahony chats about this and more with Tania Clarke, Manager Policy & Campaigns, with the Victorian Women’s Legal Service.