One of ERA's sister alliances, Economic Security 4 Women is hosting a forum to consider how women and girls are doing in education today and identify the important issues we need to raise with the Australian Government and the wider community.
You must register by Wedneday the 5th of June (for all or any 3 of the events) here http://www.trybooking.com/CVUP.
Where? Wednesday 12th June at the Freda Bage Room of the Women’s CollegeCollege Road The University of Queensland St Lucia Campus
The South Australian State Government will offer 25 women full scholarships to undertake a training course run by the Australian Institute of Company Directors to assist them to climb the corporate ladder.
The course will be held in August 2013. More information on the course is available from the Office for Women ar firstname.lastname@example.org or 83030961.
The face of homelessness is increasingly that of a woman. Women are more vulnerable than ever with a greater likelihood of experiencing poverty and violence, putting their risk of homelessness at an all time high. Is this the face we want to show to the world on International Women’s Day 2013?
ERA today lodged our pre-budget submission to Treasury. The submission deals with the housing needs of women and makes recomendations regarding increased funding for affordable housing and associated tax and superannuation reform which could fund the increased expenditure.
Australian Single parents are uniting at Parliament Houses around Australia to protest low-income single parents being moved from the Parent Payment Single welfare payment to the lower Newstart Allowance.
Celebrate young women's leadership with the launch of She Leads - a gender responsive Diploma of Management course for young women
Elizabeth Broderick (Sex Discrimination Commissioner) and Susan Brennan (World YWCA Vice President) will discuss the challenges and opportunities for young women pursuing leadership goals in their workplace and community.
Join us after for networking over drinks and canapés.