Supported Policy

Policies from other women's organisations and advocacy groups that WEL supports -

 

Australian Work + Family Policy Roundtable’s Election Benchmarks 2019 (April 2019)

The Australian Work + Family Policy Roundtable is a research network of 32 academics from 17 universities and research institutions with expertise on work, care and family policy. The goal of the Roundtable is to propose, comment upon, collect and disseminate research to inform evidence-based public policy in Australia.

In the lead up to the 2019 federal election, the Roundtable has identified an overarching policy theme of Time to work and time to care: Making gender equality possible highlighting three essential policy trajectories: increased investment in high quality integrated care infrastructure; a strong regulatory system fit for purpose; and gender equality.

 

Women's Legal Service NSW Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission - Consent in relation to sexual assault offences (2019)

WLS NSW is a community legal centre that aims to achieve access to justice and a just legal system for women in NSW. WLS' work in the area of sexual violence includes advising women who have experienced sexual violence about reporting to police, evidence collection and legal processes; victims support entitlements; privacy and use of sensitive information; and complaints about service providers such as police

 

 

 

 

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