The Queensland Women's Strategy Community Implementation Plan delivers on the commitment in the Queensland Women's Strategy that all parts of the Queensland community, including government, private sector and community organisations, would join together in progressing gender equality.

The Community Implementation Plan details almost 150 initiatives from across a wide range of organisations on issues as diverse as the gender pay gap, barriers to employment, increasing the number of women in leadership positions, violence against women, and women's health.

All Queenslanders are invited and encouraged to think about how they can help us to progress gender equality and to add to the plan.

Priority areas

The Community Implementation Plan identifies initiatives that relate to the actions proposed under each of the four priority areas in the Queensland Women's Strategy:

1. Participation and leadership
Queensland women and girls participate fully and equally in society and as leaders in the community, in politics and business.

2. Economic security
Queensland women and girls achieve economic security across their life.

3. Safety
Queensland women and girls are safe and secure and have access to legal and justice services.

4. Health and wellbeing
Queensland women and girls are healthy, well and active.

How to get involved

The initiatives in the Community Implementation Plan are just the beginning. The plan is an interactive and dynamic online resource and all Queenslanders are encouraged to get involved and tell us how you are contributing to gender equality.

You may be included in the online Community Implementation Plan!

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Contact

If you have any questions about the Community Implementation Plan or a suggested initiative for inclusion, please email the Office for Women or call Women’s Infolink on 1800 177 577.

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