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'Have your say' on NSW Women's Strategy

Stephen Bromhead today urged people living in the Myall Lakes to identify the challenges faced by women and suggest solutions for these issues, in the ‘Have Your Say’ online survey.

“There is still a gap between men and women’s financial status, workforce participation, caring and family responsibilities and vulnerability to violence, among other issues. That’s why the government is working on the state’s first Women’s Strategy to tackle these issues,” Mr Bromhead said.

The Strategy will focus on addressing key challenges in the local community, including; economic empowerment, health and wellbeing, culture and identity and leadership.

“Community participation is key to developing an effective strategy, we need as many people from the Myall Lakes involved as possible in order to work to identify and overcome the impacts of inequity and discrimination on women and girls,” Mr Bromhead said.

With eight community workshops already held across the state, “I heard first-hand about the issues that affect women every day. We want to make sure anyone who could not attend these consultations can still have their say,” Mrs Davies said.

The NSW Government is seeking feedback from individuals and organisations to identify priority areas for action and investment.

“We need to be mindful that gender equality is not only a women’s issue; it is a social and economic issue that affects everyone,” Mrs Davies said.

Results from the survey will be considered during the development of the NSW Women’s Strategy, to be released later this year.

To ‘Have Your Say’ please visit: www.women.nsw.gov.au/news/items/nsw-womens-strategy-public-consultation.

Feedback is being sought by Monday, July 31 and can be given online, via email or post.

 

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