Goal 2035 and what it means to me
Lisa Gascoigne talks about what World YWCA’s Goal 2035 means to her. Goal 2035: 100 million young women and girls transform power structures to create justice, gender equality and a world without violence and war; leading a sustainable YWCA movement, inclusive of all women.
Top three tips for transforming power structures
As YWCA feminists, we seek to transform these power structures to make participation, decision-making and leadership more inclusive and equitable for all people including women, young women and girls in all their diversity. You are the key to unlocking systemic societal change!
Help send a Young Woman from the Pacific to YWCA World Council
This week, we spoke with Cathi Moore, a member of the Canberra FLAG who has herself been engaged with the YWCA movement for over 35 years. As a former National Board member, and a former President of YWCA Canberra, Cathi is the epitome of what service and engagement with the YWCA movement looks like.
Nominate Now: YWCA’s Finance, Audit and Risk Committee
YWCA are currently seeking applications from young women interested in joining the YWCA Australia Board’s, Finance, Audit and Risk Committee as a Finance, Audit & Risk Committee External Member.
Appearing on ABC’s Q&A – a young woman’s perspective
Young Women’s Council member, Aurora Matchett is a 17-year-old student and feminist advocate living in Sydney. Aurora recently featured as a panellist on the high school edition of Q&A.
Apply Now: YWCA National Housing and YWCA Housing Board
We are now seeking nominations for appropriately qualified people to join the YWCA National Housing and YWCA Housing Board.