Gender Equality Champions

It is critical that we address gender stereotypes and promote changes in community attitudes in order to prevent violence against women and their children. Gender inequality not only increases the risks of women experiencing violence from men it also makes it more difficult for vulnerable people to seek protection when they need it.

Gender equality champions are people who have made it their mission in life to improve gender equality whenever and wherever there is an opportunity. Do you know someone who has worked towards making changes at work or in their sporting or social club to improve opportunities for women? Is there someone who speaks up and challenges everyone’s thinking when stereotypes are reinforced? Thank a Gender equality champion like Ahmed Fahour, Andrew Thorburn, and Professor Doug Hilton today. Read more about their gender equality leadership...  

Many Australian workplace leaders have made a formal commitment through Male Champions of Change. Think about how you can make this happen in your workplace too.



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