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Did the Working Women’s Centre help you with a work-related issue? Tell us what our service means to you!

Working Women’s Centres are the first point of contact for women experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace.

We assist thousands of women with workplace issues every year and are a safe place for women to come to for support. But we are facing a funding crisis.

We need your help to persuade the federal government to provide funding security for Working Women’s Centres around the country.

A key recommendation of the Respect@Work report – Recommendation 49 – was to fund Working Women’s Centres in every Australian state and territory. This is because our world-leading model is proven.

Working Women’s Centres allow women to access free information and advice from specialist services when they experience sexual harassment at work.

Currently, the NT Working Women’s Centre is at risk of closure and Working Women Queensland does not receive enough funding to operate fully.

The Working Women’s Centre SA is the only Centre with secure and adequate funding.

In WA, NSW, Victoria, the ACT and Tasmania, women don’t have access to a service like ours at all. We have a vision for every woman around the country to have access to our specialist women’s services.

Tell us why the Working Women’s Centre is important to you to help us win this campaign.

The Ask: Call for help – If you have been helped by a Working Womens Centre please tell us how we helped you and the difference it made.

Please do not include any information that may identify you or your employer, as your privacy is important to us.

Your testimonial may be used for us to tell politicians about why Working Womens Centres are important and why we need to be properly funded to help women across Australia.


    What issue did we help with? Multiple selections ok
    Are you interested in further involvement with this campaign? If yes, please provide your contact details:
    Your name and contact details will not be shared outside the Working Women’s Centres without your permission.

      Which Working Women’s Centre did you get help from?
      How old where you when you were helped? What issue did we help with? Multiple selections ok How did your Working Womens Centre help you? What difference did it make to your situation? Why do you think Working Women’s Centres are important?
      Are you interested in further involvement with this campaign? If yes, please provide your contact details:
      Your name and contact details will not be shared outside the Working Women’s Centres without your permission.

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