This is our new website – a place where you can find information on the Equality Rights Alliance and our projects, members and events, the latest news on gender equality advocacy in Australia, and actions you can take to make your voice heard. The website will continue to be under construction over the coming months. […]

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In this series we have a chat with activists, advocates and stirrers making a difference for women and girls. To mark International Day of the Girl we caught up with the young feminist activist group Young Women Speak Out.  Who are you? We are five young women, Tanvi (18), Zahra (18), Tilly (18), Kate (17) […]

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Older single women are one of the fastest growing cohorts of people experiencing homelessness and most of them have never been homeless before. This paper identifies the underlying systemic and compounding causes of older women’s homelessness, examines the devastating impact of gendered economic inequality and the key policy areas that require attention. It calls for […]

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Image credit: 2018 NAIDOC poster, tarmunggie-woman, by Cheryl Moggs, a proud descendant of the Bigambul people of Goondiwindi, Bungunya and Toobeah regions in South West Queensland. See more about the poster and artist here. 2018 NAIDOC Week began 8 July and will run through to 15 July. The theme is Because of Her, We Can  – recognising, […]

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In this series we have a chat with activists, advocates and stirrers making a difference for women and girls.  The Lilac Foundation is a girl-led group campaigning for equal recognition of women in public monuments and memorials in Canberra. Tell us about the Lilac Foundation. The Lilac Foundation is a non-profit organisation that is focused on ensuring […]

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The Migrant and Refugee Women’s Voices Survey is now open! Do you identify as a migrant or refugee woman? Are you over 18 and living in Australia? Do you want to be part of a national conversation about the issues that affect you? Then Harmony Alliance: Migrant and Refugee Women for Change wants to hear […]

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In 2018 the Social Justice Commissioner June Oscar AO will travel across the country to speak with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls as part of the Wiyi Yani U Thangani ‘Women’s Voices’ project. The project will build on the legacy of the landmark Women’s Business report from 1986, which was the first and last […]

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