Perspectives from our women this International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day 2020 Women are at the heart of our sector, making up the majority of both our workforce and the communities that we serve. International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on and recognise the diverse experiences and stories of some of these women. The Centre is proud to share the perspectivesRead More.
#GenerationEquality: Why our young people have the answers
International Women’s Day 2020 A blog from Deb Tsorbaris International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on the progress made towards gender equality and a celebration of the individuals who have played a leading role. I am excited that this year’s theme, I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights, recognises the lead role thatRead More.
Australia continues to fail our children
Today, the Australian Council of Social Service and UNSW Sydney released the Poverty in Australia 2020 report. This latest report shows that children continue to experience a higher rate of poverty than the rest of the population, with 774,000 (17.7 per cent) of our children under 15 years of age going without the basics theyRead More.