Young women want more from their respectful relationships and sex education, according to findings from the Let’s Talk: Young Women’s Views on Sex Education survey. Over 1000 young women, between the ages of 16-21, have voiced their views and experiences on their sex education in the national survey, coordinated by the Young Women’s Advisory Group of the Equality Rights Alliance.
Join Office for Women, the National Women's Alliances and other NGO delegates to CSW for a briefing and discussion session on the 12th of February in Melbourne.
Meet members of the Australian Government delegation, hear about the National Women's Alliances' advocacy position at CSW60, exchange information about NGO priorities and plan ongoing contact and support between likeminded NGOs while in New York. Attendance through teleconference available.
The invitation with more information is available HERE.
The Senate Standing Committees on Finance and Public Administration are examining the issue of domestic violence and gender inequality. You can find the full terms of reference and more information here.
The submission closing date is 31 March 2016. Submission can be uploaded on the Committee website or email as an attachment to email@example.com.
Many women experiencing gendered violence in rural and remote areas also face challenges in accessing limited local support services.
1800RESPECT in collaboration with the Gender and Disaster Pod (www.genderanddisaster.com.au), experts in the field of violence in times of disaster, have developed resources to assist frontline workers to increase the safety and support of women in times of disaster.