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Together, we did it!

Thanks to your support and encouragement in the past year we managed to help prevent the introduction of extreme abortion laws in NSW and Queensland and made a huge difference in the lives of Australian women. 

We conducted research, analysed legislation, wrote fact sheets and submissions, published blog and opinion pieces, provided media interviews and delivered presentations on the harm the proposed abortion legislation in NSW and Queensland would have caused to vulnerable women and their children.

And together we did it!

We are so grateful for your support. And we’re excited – there’s so much more we can do! And that’s where you come in.

There is already other harmful legislation being proposed in the year ahead. Further abortion legislation in NSW. Euthanasia legislation in Victoria and NSW. Prostitution legislation in South Australia. Calls to legalise commercial surrogacy nationwide. There is no time to waste


Are you willing to help us continue our analysis work and advocate against the introduction of further legislation and policies that will harm vulnerable women?

Are you prepared to support us to conduct research and promote alternative, positive initiatives that will truly support and protect women?

We are excited about the impact our work is having. Every step we make is a step closer to our vision of an Australian society that respects and promotes the dignity of all women. But we can't do this important work without you!

As this financial year comes to an end please consider supporting Women’s Forum Australia. Every gift, no matter how big or small, will help us really make a difference for women, their families and Australian society.


Kristan Dooley
Kristan Dooley is the Managing Director at Women's Forum Australia.

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