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If we speak up about our experiences, elevate the voices of young women and bring information to decision-makers, we can ensure that young women are factored into the COVID recovery. To do this, we need the stories told to us by young women shared far and wide. Read and share our report: Loss of work, isolation and worry: the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on young women.
Young women have been disproportionately impacted by COVID – from job losses in hospo and the Arts, to increased caring responsibilities at home, to working on the frontlines in the health and caring sectors. We need to ensure that young women are factored into the COVID recovery.
The Working Women's Centre has heard from hundreds of young women about their experiences during the pandemic. We have come up with four key recommendations for how to factor young women into the COVID-19 recovery. To help make these recommendations a reality, read and share the report.Read the report
We are gathering experiences of young women and sharing our findings with decision-makers. Our Young Women’s Employment Council spoke at parliament house to the COVID-19 Response Committee.Join the movement
We want to speak with more female international students about the challenges faced by young women on temporary visas. Help us run a consultation with a group of young women.Email
This webinar discusses the impacts of COVID19 on young women, what needs to happen to stop us from being left behind, and how to turn our anger into action. Several powerful young women will join us to share their thoughts and experiences.Watch