The Queensland Government values diversity and recognises the benefits to women, and to Queensland overall, of women’s achievement. The Queensland Budget 2016-17 includes significant allocations to advance gender equality across the four priority areas of the Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-21.
The whole-of-government Queensland Women's Strategy outlines the Queensland Government vision for women and girls with emphasis on gender equality and related issues across participation and leadership, economic security, safety, and health and wellbeing.
Queensland Women 2015 provides an evidence base to report and assess equality of outcomes between women and men in Queensland.
Visit the Queensland Government’s online portal for women for information about your career and independence, support for women, women’s health and safety, parents and families, seniors, events and the history of women in Queensland.
Women’s Infolink responds to your concerns, providing confidential support and referral options through its free-call telephone and online services.
Search for contact details of services relevant to Queensland women and girls.
In 2016 Queensland will launch this week-long, statewide series of events and activities, a highlight of which is International Women’s Day.
The Office for Women is part of the Queensland Government and plays a central role in carrying out the government's vision for the women of Queensland.