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, and in charge of our own bodies.
Our national harm prevention arm pursuing circuit-breaking solutions to ensure brighter, safer and fairer future for women and girls.
Are you a female identifying or non-binary person and want to be profiled on our directory? Join today and become a part of this equal representation initiative.Go to featured Project
In 2009, we published a research and discussion paper, ‘The Paradox of Service', lifting the lid on the mistreatment of former religious women when they left their orders.Go to featured Project
Credit Where Credit Is Due was a tribute to the minority government led by Julia Gillard, Australia's first female Prime Minister.Go to featured Project
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.Go to featured Project
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.Go to featured Project
‘Love and Justice’ is a women’s anthem composed by Kavisha Mazzella in 2008 and gifted to women everywhere.Go to featured Project
Watermark Australia was an innovative response to years of below average rainfall and dams running low.Go to featured Project
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.Go to featured Project