June Newsletter

Our June newsletter is now live, please click to read our latest news updates including:

  • Launch of the ‘Remaking the norm’  report, which follows the 2022 ‘Breaking the norm’ report – revealing the six core actions that are key to dismantling harmful gender norms and inequities in Australia.
  • Congratulations to all recipients of the recent King’s Birthday Honours, including our former Chair, Sam Mostyn AC, on being awarded the Companion of the Order of Australia.
  • New projects from the Project Portal  – an online showcase of a range of projects looking for funding to positively impact the lives of women and girls.
  • Take Action  – a list of things we recommend you do to learn more about Gender-wise Philanthropy and to invest in women and girls.
  • Sector Share –  recent highlights and news from the civil sector

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