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Work with us – social media maven!

Work with us – social media maven!

We’re currently looking for a volunteer Social Media Coordinator. This is a volunteer position, estimated at up to five hours per week, from December 2019 for an initial period of six months, with the option to continue for another six months.  The Social Media...

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Programming survey

Programming survey

Help us shape FWF2020 - we'd love your opinions in our programming survey, online until November 15. Whether you've attended an FWF event before or not, we'd love your opinions about the speakers you'd like to hear, the topics of most importance to feminists today,...

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FWF has a new home at Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

FWF has a new home at Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

FWF is delighted to announce we are making ourselves comfortable at the iconic QVWC - as our home base, and venue for our next festival in November 2020. According to FWF Chair Foong Ling Kong: ‘The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre has generously supported FWF since its...

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Love comms, feminism and volunteering?

Love comms, feminism and volunteering?

We’re currently looking for a volunteer Communications Coordinator. This is a volunteer position, estimated at up to five hours per week, from August 2019 for an initial period of six months, with the option to continue for another six months. The Communications...

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Subsidies Now Open!

Subsidies Now Open!

Located outside of Sydney or just need assistance to attend FWF18? We're here to help. From today, our FWF18 Sydney Subsidy Program is open. FWF encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people of colour and applicants from all cultural backgrounds, as well as...

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FWF18 Vic Subsidies

FWF18 Vic Subsidies

The FWF2018 Victoria program is now live. Tickets are flying out the door, but we want to make sure feminists outside of Melbourne CBD can attend – so we’re launching our regional subsidies program. We’re offering 10 subsidies of $100 each to cover regional travel, as...

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New FWF faces

New FWF faces

For our first FWF Q&A of 2018, we're excited to have the new members of our team in the hot seat. Lara Shprem – General Manager What does feminism mean to you? On a very basic level, feminism to me means the freedom of having greater opportunities than the women...

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FWF’s Best Books of 2017

FWF’s Best Books of 2017

We've enjoyed so many books this year, and we wanted to share some of our feminist favourites for you to add to your summer reading pile. Enjoy these recommendations from some of the amazing artists who made this year's Feminist Writers Festival events so special, and...

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