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Supporting the women and girls of Afghanistan

The shocking news and images from Kabul have many Australians asking how they can help Afghan women and girls - AIIW News, 20 August 2021
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With the economic recovery failing women, now is the time to act on gender equality

Source: Melinda Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 30 June 2021. Last year, the word “shecession” was coined to describe what was happening to the global economy. Women were nearly...
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Celebrating honours for women and calling for nominations for new Gender-wise Award

Introducing the newly named Eve Mahlab Gender-wise Philanthropy Award to the 2021 Australian Philanthropy Awards #AusPhilAwards21 - AIIW News, 22 June 2021
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286 Teams Empowering Voices the World Needs to Hear

We are grateful for inspiring philanthropists like MacKenzie Scott who is simply giving for a fairer future. She shares the insights from her team’s rigorous process of research and analysis, as...
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EOFY investment opportunities - Empower your giving for a fairer future

We proudly present a range of organisations and projects empowering women and girls - AIIW News, 4 June 2021
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Celebrating Mothers and sharing our research to guide investment in women and girls

Gender-wise Investing: A Springboard for Australia’s Recovery - AIIW News, 8 May 2021
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Australia’s gender equality will continue to slump without focused investment post COVID-19

Media Release, 13 April 2021:  A new report reveals key areas that urgently require increased investment in order to ensure women’s economic security, safety and wellbeing in the pandemic recovery....
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Fast Facts: The case for women and girls

We are proud to share our updated introductory brochure, featuring the latest facts around the case for investing in women and girls. Download Introductory Brochure Infographic datasources: The Power of...
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Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world

Celebrating International Women's Day 2021 - #womenlead #choosetochallenge - AIIW News, 4 March 2021
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This howl of pain is the soundtrack to millions of women’s lives

Young Australian of the Year Isobel Marshall, Senior Australian of the Year Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann, Australian of the Year Grace Tame and Local Hero Rosemary Kariuki.CREDIT:ALEX ELLINGHAUSEN
Feature Image: Young Australian of the Year Isobel Marshall, Senior Australian of the Year Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann, Australian of the Year Grace Tame and Local Hero Rosemary Kariuki. CREDIT:ALEX...
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The unfinished business of leadership, then and now

Source: UN Women Australia, Janelle Weissman, 28 Jan 2021. In September 2020, the United Nations and member states, activists and civil society marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of...
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Congratulations Sam Mostyn AO!

The Age article, 26 Jan 2021
On Australia Day 2021 Sam Mostyn was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for her services to business and sustainability, to the community and to women. #Honours2021
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Ecstra launches $2 million grant round to help strengthen economic security of women

Applications for $2 million Women’s Economic Security Project Grant are open. If you are a charity or social enterprise building financial wellbeing, inclusive employment opportunities and financial capability for women please apply. Closes 12 Feb 2021.
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Silver linings & Season's Greetings

Reflections, plans and opportunities for Genderosity - AIIW, 18 December 2020
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How COVID-19 further disadvantaged women in STEM

Source: Women’s Agenda, Jessie Tu, 14 Dec 2020 The pandemic has affected all Australians this year, across all industries. But one of the hardest hit may have been the STEM...
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‘Let 2020 be a turning point’: June Oscar AO releases landmark report on First Nations women and girls

Source: Women’s Agenda – 10 December, 2020 2020 must be a turning point, says June Oscar AO, Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, on delivering a landmark...

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Australians Investing In Women: Not-for-profits' learning circle

Australians Investing in Women (AIIW) is a leading not-for-profit organisation that advocates for Gender-wise philanthropy.

Through our work, we get many enquiries from not-for-profits about funding and fundraising, and are aware of the additional challenges faced by initiatives that have a strategic focus on women and girls.

While we are not resourced to advise or support individual organisations’ funding needs, we are empathetic to your challenges and hope that our knowledge of the philanthropic sector can help in some way.

As such, we hold these learning circles to get to know you and address questions, to explore how we might help each other in our unique missions and common purpose around gender equality.
Last Wednesday of each month
Location: Zoom & Community of Giving (East Melbourne)
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Australians Investing In Women: Not-for-profits' learning circle

Last Wednesday of each month
Location: Zoom & Community of Giving (East Melbourne)

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