Freedom from financial struggle and having the power to determine the course of our own lives — that's our vision for women everywhere.
Safety in our homes, on the streets, at work and online. Responsive health care respects the dignity, rights and choices women make.
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Rosie is a space where young women can connect with the best web resources out there, helping them to navigate life’s tricky situations. Rosie has a range of tips, links and videos all centered around a theme of respect - for your body & mind, in your relationships, at work and for the world we live in.
A national publication calling on the restoration of respect to Australia’s democracy and untangling the sexist and gendered attacks on Australia’s first female Prime Minister.
Credit Where Credit Is Due was a tribute to the minority government led by Julia Gillard, Australia's first female Prime Minister.
The publication ‘Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives’ was created in conjunction with the touring exhibition in 2001 to capture everything and more of the wonderful insights into the lives of these women.
Business Matrix sought to remedy the situation which women were faced in the culture of the nineties, as small businesses floundered, and assistance for women in business, was lacking.
‘Love and Justice’ is a women’s anthem composed by Kavisha Mazzella in 2008 and gifted to women everywhere.
The project revolved around a community dialogue in a thoughtful deliberation of the key issues and the actions they could start to think about taking to address these issues.
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...
Featuring Trust projects such as Vida’s Voices; Here She is!; Rosie; Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives; and Getting the Balance Right we give a number of recommendations to the Victorian Government to achieve gender equality in Victoria going forward.
We believe Labor has a unique opportunity in Setting The Agenda to build momentum and a political appetite for bold, sophisticated and measured policies which lead to gender equality and to real and lasting and positive change.
so that in this lifetime we can be: