Deadline extended: Gender Equality Strategy

11 February

In order to allow additional feedback on the paper, we are extending the timeline for submissions to Friday, 18 March 2016. For more details click here.

The Victorian Gender Equality Strategy will consider the barriers faced by Victorian women throughout their lives, to guide actions and priorities to promote women’s leadership, economic security, safety, health and wellbeing, and civic participation across all areas of society.  

A Victorian Gender Equality Strategy Paper has been developed to guide a conversation on the key challenges and opportunities that gender equality presents. For more details click Here

How You Can Participate

1. Make A Submission

Submissions can be delivered in long form, short, sharp and delivered via social media. The choice is yours. Simply click below to download a copy of our handy social media submission template and use the #vicforwomen hashtag online to make your submission.

2. Host A Gender Equality Forum

In your organisation and communities, bring Victorian women together to discuss your ideas. 

In January the Australian Education Union hosted a forum with women teachers, students and advocates to help shape their submission.

AEU Victoria on a GE Strategy

 “The AEU, as one of the major unions representing women, welcomes this initiative from Minister Fiona Richardson. This Strategy will continue the focus the Government on issues of respect for women and their full participation in the working and civic life of the State. Of particular importance will be the areas of economic independence and women’s leadership.” - Barb Jennings, AEU Victoria

The Victorian Government wants to hear your ideas on how we can achieve gender equality in Victoria.

Share your experiences by emailing to [email protected] or mail to the Women and Royal Commission Branch, Department of Premier and Cabinet, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne 3002 by the now extended deadline, Friday, 18 March 2016

Join the conversation and show your support on twitter: #vicforwomen

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