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No short-term solution for domestic violence
16 May 2018
Education needs to be at the forefront of a long-term solution to Australia's domestic violence epidemic.
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Lest We Forget the women who served
24 April 2018
Idalia QLD, Australia
The Women’s Veterans Network (WVN) works to support all current and former servicewomen during and after their time in the defence forces.
Keeping the bastards honest: Why every university campus needs a Women’s Collective
13 February 2018
The University of Sydney, Camperdown NSW, Australia
Grassroots organisations must work twice as hard to protect students and keep universities accountable during a sexual assault crisis.
Unbroken: An interview with Women's March Sydney Co-Founder Mindy Freiband
17 January 2018
Sydney NSW, Australia
The QUO talks intersectional feminism, grassroots organising and herstory with Women's March Sydney co-founder Mindy Freiband.
Nolites te bastardes carborundorum
18 December 2017
Sydney NSW, Australia
How can we most effectively increase the representation of women on and behind the screen?
She Speaks: Female spoken-word poets in the spotlight
06 December 2017
The.Kaf, Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, Australia
Girls on Key provides an opportunity to showcase your poetry and artistic work in a safe space, raising funds for Writing Through Fences.
Why representation in the #MeToo movement matters
28 November 2017
Dulwich Hill NSW, Australia
It is critical that this now popular movement does not lose sight of its initial aim.
The pay gap bowl-out in women's sports
17 November 2017
Australia
The women's Ashes series is under way and Australia is performing strongly, but why is our women's team still paid 400% less than men's?
The Bumblefly Effect: The Hands Can't Hit What The Eyes Can't See
22 October 2017
Create or Die, Mitchell Street, Marrickville NSW, Australia
In college, Caitie Gutierrez had a vivid dream about bees that inspired her to remain open to life's risks despite the possibility of being stung. Now the curator of The Bumblefly Effect, an intersectional and global community of creatives committed to breaking the stigma around mental illness, she's taking small steps to create big change.
Two food-related social enterprises supporting refugees and LGBTQI+ rights
22 October 2017
Brisbane QLD, Australia
Keen to support refugees and LGBTQI+ rights while indulging in a foodie's night out? Look no further than Brisbane's Mu'ooz and Rainbow Beer.
Brunch for good with Gratia
06 October 2017
Gratia, Bourke Street, Surry Hills NSW, Australia
Located in Sydney's Surry Hills, Gratia is a cafe and social enterprise donating 100% of their profits to charity.

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