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What women really want: safer communities

We are committed to funding projects that support safer communities. Here's why.

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Our Streets Are Not Neutral

The visibility of women in cities is challenged by men’s violence. The intimidating threat of violence imposes constraints upon women for simply ‘being’ in public spaces; existing in these spaces is still a transgression.

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A rallying cry for the brave, and the defiant

In this edited extract from Mary Crooks' essay, Destination Equality, the patriarchal order that governs our lives is laid bare, and so too is the road ahead. Taken from the essay collection Fragility and Hope in a World of Uncertainty (Future Leaders), Mary asserts that equality is not inevitable, it's hard won.

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Grant story: From Inside the Farm Gate

What happens when life comes crashing down on the other side of those farm fences we drive past on country highways? The Western District Health Service asked women farmers to reveal how exactly they manage when disaster strikes the farm.

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More Than Silverware

Author Nicole Hayes writes about her on-again, off-again relationship with Aussie Rules: "just when I think it’s all over between footy and me, just when I’m ready to file for divorce or a trial separation, something happens so filled with joy, so powerful in what it represents, that I end up falling in love all over again."

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