EMILY’S List (Australia) Incorporated constitution amended 2019
We've had a massive year and are proud to present our annual report 2017-2018!
EMILY’s List Australia has released Impact Analysis research – the first of its kind in the world – which demonstrates what a critical mass of progressive Labor women working together for gender equality can achieve in parliament. Over the past four years of an Andrews Labor Government in Victoria, comprised of 42% women in the Cabinet and 44% in the government overall, significant achievements have been made in public policy, legislation and cultural change promoting equity, diversity, choice, childcare and equal pay. The full Impact Analysis of EMILY’s List Australia women in the Victorian Parliament 2014-2018 and our media release accompanying the report can be read below.
EMILY’S List (Australia) Incorporated constitution amended December 2018
EMILY's List Australia has released the Julia Gillard Next Generation Inaugural Internship Report. As part of the program, the first ever participant Elise Delpiano conducted research into best practice for increasing women's political participation and traveled to New Zealand to compare our political culture with theirs. You can now read the "The Glass Labyrinth: Increasing female political representation in Australia – lessons from New Zealand" report below:
Housebound: a woman’s place is in the House (and in the Senate) This publication was produced to commemorate our 18th birthday. Contributors include Julia Gillard, Joan Kirner AC and many of the key women who played a role in developing EMILY’s List. Please email us if you would like a printed copy.
Impact analysis: legislative and policy achievements of EMILY’s List women in power, Federal Parliament 2007-2013