Towards a gender informed national plan Adult Learning Australia forum in partnership with Women in Adult and Vocational Education (WAVE), and the EU Centre at RMIT University will explore the role of the Sustainable Development Goals and their implications for Australia. The forum will also explore: Why the SDGs are important What the SDGs have to […]
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Ministerial Statement: “Supporting women to participate in the workforce is an economic and social priority for the Turnbull Government — it’s good for women, families, business and our economy.” Click the image to learn more…..
The National Women’s Alliances invite you to a day of updates and strategic planning, covering – Wednesday 26 April – AHRC in Sydney
The CSW61 Agreed Conclusions were adopted on Friday 24 March. While the Conclusions are far from the full, feminist vision for women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work the final text does offer promise and direction.
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Loren Days reflects on what we can carve out at CSW61 in the current global political climate.
Reflecting on her key role at #YouthCSW61, Hannah Woodward shares insights on the role of young women at high-level, international decision-making spaces.
Keep up to date on what is happening at CSW61 at https://www.facebook.com/AustralianCivilSocietyCSW60/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel