Single mothers are at the nexus of unpaid work and care responsibilities disproportionately shouldered by women and the systemic devaluing of this work.
If you are interested in being considered as a presenter, Please send a 200-word abstract and a 50-word bio by 1 March 2019 to email@example.com This conference (to be held in Sydney in July) will explore, examine, critique, theorise, and respond to key issues related to mothering in the contemporary globalised world, with a focus on […]
We have worked with the Australian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA) to produce this analysis of the Women’s Economic Security Statement. As the dust settles on the inaugural Women’s Economic Security Statement (WESS), we’ve taken a closer look at the Statement, in particular the workforce participation and economic independence pillars, and what it means for […]
The following information has been put together by the National Council of Single Mothers and their Children (NCSMC) and can also be accessed here. What is the Inquiry? It a allows us to tell the government our views and experiences about ParentsNext. Including letters from DHS-Centrelink, DHS- Centrelink appointments, appointments and services with the ParentsNext providers. You […]
“There’s a huge amount of unpaid work that is unaccounted for, and we are just pretending it’s not happening.”
Sisters Inside Inc is an independent community organisation in Brisbane that works with and for women and girls affected by the criminal legal system. Between 14 and 16 November 2018, they are hosting their 9th international conference in Brisbane – Imagining Abolition… A world without prisons. Find out more here, or to register click here. […]
Hear from tenacious investigative journalist, Kate McClymont, at this fundraiser for an Australian feminist institution!
Agenda 2030 is a beacon for Australia and the world. Owing to the low profile and lack of political attention and investment, the SDGs are under-utilised and untapped. Offering great promise and a shared vision of transforming our world, this agenda demands focus, funding and fulfilment, “business as usual will not be enough to achieve the agenda’s aspirations.”
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