22 Apr 2022 5:49 PM | Jean Murray (Administrator)

Australia has never had a national strategy on gender equality – one which comprehensively identifies and seeks to address all aspects of gender inequality as set out in AGEC’s Gender Equality Manifesto. AGEC has set out 29 recommendations under the following 5 key priority areas that parties and candidates need to address in the federal election:

  • 1.    Free universal childcare
  • 2.    Safety and respect for women
  • 3.    Women representation and leadership
  • 4.    Women's economic security, and
  • 5.    A National Strategy on Gender Equality

AGEC asserts that only when a comprehensive National Strategy is established by Government in collaboration with business and the broader community will Australia accelerate its pathway to achieving gender equality.

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