The National Foundation for Australian Women has released (18.10.20) a series of papers analysing this year’s federal budget and its impact upon women through various policy areas.
‘NFAW is dedicated to promoting and protecting the interests of Australian women, including intellectual, cultural, political, social, economic, legal, industrial and domestic spheres, and ensuring that the aims and ideals of the women’s movement and its collective wisdom are handed on to new generations of women. NFAW is a feminist organisation, independent of party politics.
‘These position papers have been developed by NFAW’s Social Policy Committee to summarise 2020-2021 Budget measures of importance to women in Australia. It also contains a summary of modelling on the impacts of increased government expenditure in the care sectors.’