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Queensland Women’s Strategy

The Queensland Government is committed to advancing the rights and interests of women and girls and to work to achieve gender equality in Queensland. We have heard women say loudly that ‘enough is enough’ and action needs to be taken to address the ongoing economic and social inequality facing Australian women.

That is why the Queensland Government will be developing a new women’s strategy. We are proud of the progress made under the Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-2021, and the new strategy will build on the progress and achievements made.

To develop the new strategy, due for release in late 2021, the Queensland Government is leading statewide consultation and is inviting feedback from all Queenslanders. We recognise that the challenges experienced by women and girls, and the barriers to achieving gender equality, are well documented, researched and advocated for. With this in mind, consultation is focused on ensuring that the new strategy captures the priorities of women and girls appropriately and that associated government-led responses best deliver change for Queensland.

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  • Consultation for a new Queensland Women’s Strategy survey

    Opportunities to have your say

    This survey and a discussion paper have been developed to support the consultation process, including proposing discussion questions for consideration.

    You can:

    The closing date for completion of the online survey and to submit a written submission is by 5pm Friday 8 October 2021.

    The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is committed to providing accessible services to Queenslanders from all culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. For assistance to understand the discussion paper, call Women's Infolink on 1800 177 577 (free-call statewide service, available Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm).

    Gender equality: what is it?

    Gender equality is when people of all genders have equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities. In a gender equal society, all genders have equal conditions and opportunities to contribute to—and benefit from—economic, social, cultural and political opportunities.

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 11 August 2021

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