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.
This Wednesday, on 25 November, 2015 as a launch for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence - JERA International, Justice Equality Rights Access International , Casa Cultura and Boite World Music join forces to launch a beautiful campaign for the elimination of violence against women and girls. That Inspires Respect: three films made by a group of secondary school students and a team of filmmakers. Join us in front of the Federation Square Big Screen to see them for the first time... Funded by the Clack Family Memorial Fund (via the Australian Communities Foundation), the Moreland City Council and the City of Melbourne, sponsored by Federation Square, Nelson Alexander and Big Bang Studio. And supported by WIRE - Women's Information and Referral Exchange, Women's Health Victoria, WHIN - Women's Health in the North, Our Watch, Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), Banksia Gardens Community Services, the Victorian Women's Trust and Rosie...
The Office for Women would like to invite all interested individuals, academics and representatives of non-government organisations to put forward an application to be included on the Australian Government delegation to CSW60.
Applications close 5pm AEDST, Wednesday 18 November 2015. You can find selection documentation here.
Women's Legal Services Australia invites female victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic/family violence who have been involved in family law court proceedings about children's matters and would like to share their experiences to complete this short survey.
The survey will remain open until 31 December 2015.
If the survey in any way makes you feel upset, concerned or has any other negative impact on you, please contact the National Domestic and Family Violence hotline, 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732 (24 hours/7 days).
ERA's Sister Alliance, Economic Security for Women (eS4W), is seeking women’s views on their economic empowerment; their ability to cope with changing conditions in the economy; their participation in paid work and their income in later life in retirement through the Lifelong Economic Wellbeing for Women Survey.
Please take part in this survey and share with your networks.