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Here she is! was initially supported by a Federal Assistance Award from the United States Department of State. We acknowledge the U.S Government’s strong support of women’s rights and the advancement of women and girls.

We would like to thank the Victorian State Government for their grant enabling us to digitally refurbish Here She Is! and incorporate this important resource into our new digital platform.

We are also grateful for our partnership with Speaking Out who have given us exclusive access to many of their fantastic female speakers.


Equal Representation
Focus Areas

Equal Representation

We all have the right to be seen, heard and recognised for our contributions to society.

Let’s put an end to ‘manels’

Let’s put an end to ‘manels’

Esther is a feminist with a to-do list. At the top of her agenda is putting an end to all-male panels ('manels', if you will) ensuring events, festival line-ups, and more, actually reflect the diversity of our community.

Esther Davies-Brown
Solving the Case of the Missing Women

Solving the Case of the Missing Women

"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...

Tracey Spicer
Gender equality in the workforce: why it needs to be realised sooner, rather than later

Gender equality in the workforce: why it needs to be realised sooner, rather than later

This is the second year Davidson has held its Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) List initiative and it is quickly gaining attention with some of the State’s most senior public servants believing this is a powerful way to highlight women’s achievements.

Sharon Ardley


so that in this lifetime we can be:

  • equally paid for the same work
  • safe on the streets and in our homes
  • equally represented in our parliament and leadership positions
  • in charge of our own bodies

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