About Fair Agenda
Fair Agenda is a community of 35,000 Australians campaigning for a fair and equal future for women.
We are an independent organisation made up of Australians from all backgrounds and walks of life, who come together to take action on issues affecting women.
Fair Agenda members take action on issues that are important to them. Whether calling for increased representation of women in decision making roles, championing measures to address gendered violence, or campaigning for women's economic equality - our movement exists to demand better from our political representatives, business leaders, peers and media.
Together, Fair Agenda members take coordinated, targeted actions in critical moments - using petitions to capture community support, meeting with and contacting decision-makers, making headlines, amplifying the voices of experts and survivor advocates, and using our consumer power to affect positive change.
Things have come a long way, but women still face barriers to getting a fair go. Even with a few recent high-profile cracks in the glass ceiling, women are still dramatically under-represented in decision-making roles across politics, business and the media, rates of gender-based violence remain shockingly high, and Australian women continue to face barriers in being paid equally for our work.
Fair Agenda focuses on the issue priorities set by our members. Those top three priorities are:
- Addressing gendered violence,
- Ending women's economic inequality, and
- Increasing the representation of women in decision-making roles.
There's no fee to get involved, and the Fair Agenda team gets in touch with our members from time to time about opportunities to drive change, and you'll have the chance to opt-in or out of the actions and issues that resonate with you.
As an independent non-profit organisation, Fair Agenda relies on the financial support of members to operate. Fair Agenda does not accept donations that would compromise our independence, such as government funding or donations from political parties. If you’d like to support our work, you can do so here.
Fair Agenda acknowledges the traditional owners of the land upon which we work, and pays our respects to Elders past and present. We also recognise and celebrate the work of the women and organisations we are honoured to work alongside.