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Strategic Plan 2024 – 2026

Strategic Plan

WLSWA’s last strategic plan was developed in 2019. Whilst much has been achieved during that time, the operating environment has changed considerably. The WLSWA team is excited with our ambitious 2024-26 strategy. Our priorities in this refreshed plan show that our focus is on continuing to improve justice for women through excellent services, elevated influence, key collaborations and partnerships and expanded reach, whilst also identifying long-term futures for our organisation.

Find out more about our new plan here WLSWA Strategic Plan 2024-26

A high level version of the plan is here WLSWA Strategic Plan on a page 2024–2026

The latest news & insights

Media Release: Albanese Government funds Working Women’s Centres across the country

4 July 2024 News

The Albanese Government funds Working Women’s Centres across the country. Working Women’s Centres (WWC) have been funded in every state and territory to assist women who are experiencing sexual harassment, discrimination and other workplace issues. The Albanese Government has funded established centres (South Australia, Queensland and Northern Territory) and women’s legal centres, community legal centres, unions and workers’ compensation services …

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New report reveals how Australia’s child support system facilitates economic abuse of women

13 May 2024 News

Media release / Sunday 5 May 2024 National peak body Women’s Legal Services Australia released their research report into the non-payment of child support as a form of economic abuse of Australian women. The non-payment of child support is a deeply gendered issue and remains an unrecognised form of economic abuse by many Australian Government agencies and financial institutions. The …

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