Super misstep: Proposed policy could jack up housing prices and slash women’s retirement incomes

This week, the Morrison government announced a new and controversial policy, which allows first home buyers to withdraw up to […]

We need to talk about youth homelessness

Being a young person in society is hard enough. You’re trying to work out who you are and how you […]

Feminist Book Club: The Mother Wound

Book choice by April MISSives guest editor, Zahra Al Hilaly With the themes of toxic masculinity and domestic abuse, Amani’s […]

Governance 101 – so, what exactly is governance? 

At YWCA, we recognise that one of the areas where young women and gender diverse people encounter obstacles to achieving […]

Budget foundations flawed

YWCA Australia is very concerned that the 2022 Federal Budget has failed to invest in affordable housing and provide genuine relief for the cost-of-living pressures women and gender diverse people on low incomes face.

Louise Quinn awarded Medal of the Order of Australia  

Louise’s contributions included:  President of YWCA Brisbane (1990-1996; 2001-2003)  President of the Queensland State Council, the state gathering of YWCA’s […]