Victorian Women’s Trust and Thrive by Five event: What can childcare reform deliver for women and children?
Right now, women, girls and gender diverse people are gaining equality, but there is still more to be done.
Meaningful early learning and childcare reform is a key priority towards achieving gender equality and ensuring women, children and families get the support they need to enjoy lifelong social and economic advantages.
On International Women’s Day, Victorian Women’s Trust in partnership with Thrive the Five campaign will host a panel discussion on why reforming early childhood education is essential to unlocking full gender equality.
With a Federal election around the corner, sharing our stories and experiences is vital to working out how we can build the momentum for change. This is your chance to join the conversation and gather with like-minded advocates to build our power and addressing the serious barriers to economic security that many women and their families face today.
This event is part of the Thrive by Five campaign working to make our early learning and childcare system high quality, universally accessible and affordable.
Speaker/Facilitator: Mary Crooks, Executive Director of Victorian Women’s Trust
We cannot get there without your voices guiding us. RSVP now and come along to tell us what’s important to you.
*Note: This panel talk will feature closed captions.