Consultation for a new Queensland Women's Strategy
The Queensland Government is committed to:
- gender equality across all Queensland communities
- promoting and protecting women’s rights, interests and wellbeing,
- recognising and celebrating the achievements of women and girls, and
- ensuring women’s full social and economic participation in society.
The Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-21 (the strategy) outlines the Queensland Government’s vision for women and girls, with an emphasis on gender equality and related issues across participation and leadership, economic security, safety, and health and wellbeing.
We are proud of the action taken under the strategy, and public consultation on a new strategy is now underway to build on the progress and achievements made.
Your participation will help build the vision for a gender equal future and how government agencies, industry and the community can collaborate to achieve gender equality.
We will review your feedback and incorporate this into the new strategy, which will be released before the end of 2021.
Queensland gender equality report cards provide a statistical snapshot of the status of gender equality in Queensland across the Strategy’s 4 priority areas. Reading these report cards before participating in the consultation will provide you with a useful background, helping you to understand the current status of women and girls and gender equality in Queensland.
Opportunities to have your say
There are a number of ways you can have your say to inform the development of a new women's strategy:
- complete the online survey (usually takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete)
- complete the online youth survey, if aged 15 to 25 years
- provide a written submission in response to questions outlined in the discussion paper:
- by email—send your submission to email@example.com
- by post—send your submission to:
Office for Women and Violence Prevention
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
GPO Box 149
BRISBANE QLD 4001
The closing date for completion of the online survey and to submit a written submission is by 5pm Friday 8 October 2021.
Please read our privacy terms and conditions before submitting your application.
Watch some Queensland women have their say
During Queensland Women’s Week 2021, we asked some Queensland women 2 questions:
- How can we make the future better for Queensland women and girls?
- How can we empower women and girls?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
You can also like our Queensland Women Facebook page to get involved in the conversation and stay up-to-date with the consultation and progress on the new strategy.