Your workplace can help create an Australia where women are safe, equal and valued.
Your school can promote gender equality and create an Australia free from violence.
The media can use its influence to change the culture and attitudes that drive violence against women.
Your sporting organisation can help create an Australia where women are safe, equal and valued.
Handbook and toolkits
Find practical tools for the prevention of violence against women that are easy to use.
Toolkit for local government
Women still earn less than men, are under-represented in political and workplace leadership roles and perform the majority of unpaid domestic labour and care work.
When men control decisions and resources, in the home or in public, they have an opportunity to abuse their power, while women have less power to stop it, call it out, or leave.
This factsheet from the Australian Human Rights Commission provides an overview of gender inequality in Australia.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency promotes and improves gender equality in Australian workplaces by providing advice, practical tools and education to employers.
An initiative of the Queensland Government to increase the number of women on boards in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
This paper explores the link between the unequal distribution of caring work between women and men and the unequal outcomes in workforce participation, job opportunities, gender pay gaps and the gap in superannuation savings.
This piece discusses the impacts of the disproportionate amount of unpaid care work done by women and offers recommendations for change.
A women’s financial literacy toolkit created by WIRE, an information and support service for women in Victoria.
This toolkit is for finance sector professionals working to engage more effectively with female clients.