Keep up to date with the latest news and events from the Trust and beyond, with gendered analysis.
Pop these dates in your diary! Events to make you think, connect with others — all in the name of gender equality.
Is the question of economic security for women – waged and unwaged – simply too vexed for our nation to handle?Go to featured Post
I’m calling it early; 2018 is the year of the woman. Only days in and we’ve already seen a tremendous display of solidarity, bravery, strength...Go to featured Post
Grammarians may disagree, but we like to think of feminism as a verb. Here's a handy guide on how to 'do' feminism over the summer months.Go to featured Post
We're delighted to announce the appointment of four passionate community leaders to the Victorian Women's Trust Board!Go to featured Post
Now that #MeToo is gaining traction, it’s time for us to collectively address how we treat people who’ve experienced sexual abuse and harassment.Go to featured Post
Artists like Frances Cannon are a balm to all the negativity directed towards our bodies every day. Her Instagram feed is both a visual feast...Go to featured Post
It's been three years since renowned funny woman Jordan Raskopoulos made the biggest decision of her life: trans or die?Go to featured Post
"We can't find enough women. Where are all the women?" This question is asked at the Financial Review Westpac 100 Women of Influence dinner, where...Go to featured Post
Dr. Marilyn Waring is bold thinker, unfailingly on the money (pun intended) when it comes to equal pay for equal work and barriers to wellbeing.Go to featured Post
The VWT has been trialling a menstrual leave policy and it’s been a great success. VWT staffers Casimira Melican and Grace Mountford explain the importance of contemporary and progressive workplaces in supporting people who experience menstruation and menopause.Go to featured Post
Guest writer Nayuka Gorrie is a Gunai/Kurnai, Gunditjmara, Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta woman. She works for Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network as a Project Manager and is a freelance writer. In her latest piece, Nayuka stares down the supposedly obligatory roles others try to foist upon her, finding the quiet power in drawing a line — in saying no.Go to featured Post
"The local women’s march is pink-dressed, determined, alive. The cheering chanting mass streams past the inner-Sydney sights. A bold sign centre-crowd floating up on high says: I’ll see all you nice white ladies at the next Black Lives Matter march, right? My feminism is intersectional, or my feminism is a lie."Go to featured Post
so that in this lifetime we will be: