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Scope & State
Flourish Girl Ltd
Creating safe spaces for young people to flourish
The Flourish Girl Journey is a 3 part school based program that gives teenage girls & gender diverse teens the social and emotional tools they need to connect deeper with themselves, their peers & their purpose within their communities.
Federation University Australia is Australia’s leading regional university. We support more first-in-family and social equity students than any other university and we create graduates who are job ready, with the skills that employers need to enhance their communities. Rural Women...
Women over 50 are the fastest-growing cohort experiencing homelessness in Australia and Under Cover follows an eclectic group of these women who are tough and determined, while experiencing homelessness. Their moving but optimistic portraits lay bare the flaws in our...
It is estimated that in Australia, 8% of boys and 20% of girls will experience childhood sexual assault. These shocking numbers highlight the important need to raise awareness and provide new language for us to think about, talk about and...
The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Project aims to ensure all people have access to evidence-based, age appropriate and culturally safe CSE. The project focuses on designing and developing an ‘online resource hub’ for all people to access CSE information, education and...
Funding for the EWA program cares for animals that belong to some of the most vulnerable and marginalised members of the community. At Lort Smith Animal Hospital, we care for the animals of people in crisis e.g. people experiencing domestic violence, mental health challenges, severe illness or homelessness, until the owner and their pet can be re-united with each other.
Women, nonbinary and gender diverse people will often share with our support workers experiences of feeling excluded, overlooked, devalued and even ignored when accessing supports and services. This highlights a phenomena that is evident throughout the community service delivery system...
One of the most important things to say about the gender data gap is that it is not generally malicious, or even deliberate… It is simply the product of a way of thinking that has been around for millennia and is therefore a kind of not thinking. A double not thinking, even: men go without saying, and women don’t get said at all.
Caroline Criado Perez, Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men
Also known as Australian Women Donors Network (ABN: 28 141 197 471), Australians Investing in Women is a registered charity endorsed by the Australian Tax Office as a deductible gift recipient (DGR1) under a special listing, all donations over $2 are tax deductible.