Representing the voices of women in Australia
In 2021, the National Council of Women SA was successful in the Community Voices Program.
A collaboration between the SA Government Department of Human Services and Flinders University Screen Production, the Community Voices Program partners Flinders filmmaking students and community organisations in the production of short documentaries and online video ads that recruit, promote and celebrate volunteers in South Australia.
Learn more about the history and advocacy of the National Council of Women in South Australia and across Australia.
Statement NCWA on Inclusion on United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (IDERD)
Statement NCWA on Inclusion on United Nations International Day for
NCWA Submission: Gender Equity and the Multicultural Framework Review Terms of Reference (TOR)
NCWA Submission: Gender Equity and the Multicultural Framework Review Terms
The Australian Delegation gathers at CSW67. The United Nations (UN)
What’s different about NCWA?
National Council of Women of Australia does not fund raise but it does advocate for policy changes to improve the lives of women at all levels – local, state, national and international.
NCWA writes submissions to government on issues affecting women, meets with Members of Parliament and participates in government working groups. At the international level it advocates through the International Council of Women (ICW). NCWA has appeared at the UN for the Convention of discrimination against all women (CEDAW) review and at the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
This is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.