REAL WOMEN. VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

For more than two decades the National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW) has set the agenda for women's issues nationally and given weight to the collective voice of Australian women. We can only keep doing this with your support.As a member you can help develop and advocate those policies.You will receive a newsletter and be able to attend high profile events and you can help other women’s groups raise money for their projects.Your member fee or donation will assist to:
  • Progress the interests of women – through the Social Policy Committee
  • Promote the achievements of women – through the Women’s Archives Project
  • Continue to raise awareness of women’s history in schools through the National History Challenge
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    EVENTS

    An evening with Diane Bell

    Professor Emerita Science Matters: Where are the young women? Tuesday 11 November 2014  6pm … [Read More...]

    An evening with The Hon. Quentin Bryce AD CVO

    You are invited to an evening with The Hon. Quentin Bryce AD CVO and patron of The National … [Read More...]

    Winter Tales – Dr Dianne Firth – Sunday 31 August

    Winter Tales in aid of the Australian Women’s Archives Project (www.womenaustralia.info) Dr Dianne … [Read More...]

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    SOCIAL POLICY

    Notes of the Child Care Forum held on 15 August 2014

    The forum to discuss the Productivity Commission Review of Childcare and Early Learning was … [Read More...]

    Review of Childcare and Early Childhood

    The NFAW submission to the Productivity Commission Review of Childcare and Early Childhood argues … [Read More...]

    Online Resource – Know Your Value

    eS4W launched a new online resource available to assist women to ‘know their value’ when negotiating … [Read More...]

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    SPECIAL PROJECTS

    Government must focus on out-of-school-hours child care to get women back into the workforce

    To improve women’s workforce participation more effectively, the Commonwealth Government must … [Read More...]

    More attention needed for before and after-school care:

      Improving before and after-school care and holiday programs could be … [Read More...]

    Whispers and Weaving: Miwi wisdom’

    a one act play written by Diane Bell and performed by Ngarrindjeri weavers premiered at the … [Read More...]