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May y 20

All talk and no funding for domestic and family violence prevention

Media release: Tuesday 12 May, 2015

All talk and no funding for domestic and family violence prevention

A lack of adequate funding in the latest Budget for services and programs will see good intentions to address crisis levels of domestic and family violence in Australia flounder, according to the Women’s Electoral Lobby, Australia (WELA).

WEL Australia spokesperson Emma Davidson said despite a renewed focus on addressing domestic and family violence at the Federal level, without adequate funding to support women escaping violence and bring about behavior change in perpetrators, nothing would change.

“Domestic and family violence services are grossly under-resourced in Australia. Women are being turned away at outrageous rates, transitional housing is scarce and much needed legal services hanging on by the skin of their teeth.

“If the Government is really serious about addressing domestic and family violence it needs to go back to the drawing board on this.”

Ms Davidson said she welcomes the Government’s plan to boost investment in services and streamline payments to help pay for services.

“Early Childhood Education and Care needs urgent attention. Affordability, accessibility and distribution have been ongoing concerns for years.

“This is a good step in the right direction but we must be very careful about focusing solely on the workforce participation benefits of early education and care and not on the benefits it brings to children.

“It would be very unfair to see children miss out on the important early learning years because of a misplaced policy focus in this area.”

Ms Davidson said the plan to restrict access to government funded Paid Parental Leave was a huge step backwards for families.

“This complete 180 degree turn from the Government is astounding. We must not forget this should be an important workplace entitlement for all parents.

“The Productivity Commission found the current government scheme of at least 18 weeks minimum wage with employers encouraged to top up was working well to maintain women’s connection to the workforce and support families.

“WEL is deeply concerned this new scheme will not provide adequate support for new parents and will further increase the staggering gender pay gap which is at a 20 year high.”

Contact: Emma Davidson 0411 449 524

May 13, 2015 0

Burdening women with more work and less support

Tuesday 13 May, 2014

The 2014-15 Federal Budget will increase the impact on women of income inequality, difficulty accessing affordable quality child care, scarcity of affordable housing, and rising costs of healthcare, according to the Women’s Electoral Lobby.

5450880-4x3-460x345

WEL Australia Secretary Emma Davidson said that the Budget includes measures introducing disincentives for not being in paid work, but does not provide adequate funding for initiatives that will solve problems such as childcare affordability. Even worse, there are cuts to programs and the introduction of co-payments that make it even harder for women on low incomes to make ends meet.

“This Budget will see even more women, particularly women with children and older women on Age Pensions, in need of homelessness support or acute health care services in hospitals,” Emma Davidson said.

“The negative effects of this Budget will be felt for generations to come.” (more…)

May 13, 2014 0

Unaffordable Housing a Crisis for Women

Media Release Thursday 15 May 2014

Women, especially mid aged and older women, are the largely hidden victims of Australia’s affordable housing crisis according to Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL).

WEL presented evidence before the NSW upper house Affordable Housing Inquiry on Monday 12 May that the crisis in housing affordability has specific impacts on women.

affordable housing

WEL Executive Member Mary O’Sullivan said both WEL and the Older Women’s Network (OWN) were concerned about the potential impact the NSW Government’s tendering out of homelessness services would have on women’s refuges.

“Very few of the 274 submissions to the Inquiry recognise that women fleeing domestic violence, single, mid-aged and older women suffer most from lack of affordable housing. (more…)

May 15, 2014 0

Budget 2013: A Missed Opportunity for Women

Federal-Budget-Blog-Pic

Media release: Tuesday 14 May, 2013

The Federal Budget’s focus on workforce participation and study for those on welfare support was a missed opportunity to solve the job flexibility and childcare access problems faced by women, according to the Women’s Electoral Lobby.

Emma Davidson said WEL was comfortable with the Government cutting the Baby Bonus; but it should ensure these savings are directed to assist lower income families, particularly to ensure better access and affordability of Early Childhood Education and Care.

“Progress has been made in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector with funding allocated to help families meet childcare fees and for a trial of some 24-hour early childhood facilities and contributions. (more…)

May 14, 2013 1
May h 20

All talk and no funding for domestic and family violence prevention

Media release: Tuesday 12 May, 2015

All talk and no funding for domestic and family violence prevention

A lack of adequate funding in the latest Budget for services and programs will see good intentions to address crisis levels of domestic and family violence in Australia flounder, according to the Women’s Electoral Lobby, Australia (WELA).

WEL Australia spokesperson Emma Davidson said despite a renewed focus on addressing domestic and family violence at the Federal level, without adequate funding to support women escaping violence and bring about behavior change in perpetrators, nothing would change.

“Domestic and family violence services are grossly under-resourced in Australia. Women are being turned away at outrageous rates, transitional housing is scarce and much needed legal services hanging on by the skin of their teeth.

“If the Government is really serious about addressing domestic and family violence it needs to go back to the drawing board on this.”

Ms Davidson said she welcomes the Government’s plan to boost investment in services and streamline payments to help pay for services.

“Early Childhood Education and Care needs urgent attention. Affordability, accessibility and distribution have been ongoing concerns for years.

“This is a good step in the right direction but we must be very careful about focusing solely on the workforce participation benefits of early education and care and not on the benefits it brings to children.

“It would be very unfair to see children miss out on the important early learning years because of a misplaced policy focus in this area.”

Ms Davidson said the plan to restrict access to government funded Paid Parental Leave was a huge step backwards for families.

“This complete 180 degree turn from the Government is astounding. We must not forget this should be an important workplace entitlement for all parents.

“The Productivity Commission found the current government scheme of at least 18 weeks minimum wage with employers encouraged to top up was working well to maintain women’s connection to the workforce and support families.

“WEL is deeply concerned this new scheme will not provide adequate support for new parents and will further increase the staggering gender pay gap which is at a 20 year high.”

Contact: Emma Davidson 0411 449 524

May 13, 2015 0

Burdening women with more work and less support

Tuesday 13 May, 2014

The 2014-15 Federal Budget will increase the impact on women of income inequality, difficulty accessing affordable quality child care, scarcity of affordable housing, and rising costs of healthcare, according to the Women’s Electoral Lobby.

5450880-4x3-460x345

WEL Australia Secretary Emma Davidson said that the Budget includes measures introducing disincentives for not being in paid work, but does not provide adequate funding for initiatives that will solve problems such as childcare affordability. Even worse, there are cuts to programs and the introduction of co-payments that make it even harder for women on low incomes to make ends meet.

“This Budget will see even more women, particularly women with children and older women on Age Pensions, in need of homelessness support or acute health care services in hospitals,” Emma Davidson said.

“The negative effects of this Budget will be felt for generations to come.” (more…)

May 13, 2014 0

Unaffordable Housing a Crisis for Women

Media Release Thursday 15 May 2014

Women, especially mid aged and older women, are the largely hidden victims of Australia’s affordable housing crisis according to Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL).

WEL presented evidence before the NSW upper house Affordable Housing Inquiry on Monday 12 May that the crisis in housing affordability has specific impacts on women.

affordable housing

WEL Executive Member Mary O’Sullivan said both WEL and the Older Women’s Network (OWN) were concerned about the potential impact the NSW Government’s tendering out of homelessness services would have on women’s refuges.

“Very few of the 274 submissions to the Inquiry recognise that women fleeing domestic violence, single, mid-aged and older women suffer most from lack of affordable housing. (more…)

May 15, 2014 0

Budget 2013: A Missed Opportunity for Women

Federal-Budget-Blog-Pic

Media release: Tuesday 14 May, 2013

The Federal Budget’s focus on workforce participation and study for those on welfare support was a missed opportunity to solve the job flexibility and childcare access problems faced by women, according to the Women’s Electoral Lobby.

Emma Davidson said WEL was comfortable with the Government cutting the Baby Bonus; but it should ensure these savings are directed to assist lower income families, particularly to ensure better access and affordability of Early Childhood Education and Care.

“Progress has been made in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector with funding allocated to help families meet childcare fees and for a trial of some 24-hour early childhood facilities and contributions. (more…)

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