Under Cover film continues to move audiences at community screenings
It was a pleasant summer evening in the East Melbourne suburb of Ringwood last night as a mostly female crowd packed into Karralyka Centre for a sold-out screening of Sue Thomson’s documentary Under Cover.Read more
Gender equality in numbers
Even with a seemingly limitless amount of data about our shopping habits or Netflix viewing history, we lack data about gender.
Philanthropy’s role in cracking the code this International Women’s Day
Each year brings a new theme for International Women’s Day (IWD) and a new focus for action on gender equality. A quick look at key gender equality statistics, however, shows very little that’s new.
Changing the face of politics
The University of Canberra has become the sixth university to offer a Pathways to Politics for women program.
Talking the talk to plant the seeds of a better future
Two organisations that each recently received transformative funding from Impact 100 SA, are joined by the common thread of lived experience.
New funding to support grassroots’ programs for vulnerable women
Two organisations supporting vulnerable Victorian women have been awarded funding at the Melbourne Women’s Fund (MWF) awards celebration.
Trust gives $1 million to State Library
Thanks to a $1 million dollar grant from the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, the State Library of Victoria has acquired the first graphic novel published by a woman.