CaLD WGwD report

CaLD WGwD report

Over 70 CaLD women with disabilities offer a meaningful picture of their experiences with support services in Australia, identified access barriers and lived experiences. Discover ways to make support systems fairer and more inclusive.

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Dowry Abuse Resources

Dowry Abuse Resources

Dowry abuse is a harmful part of controlling behaviour linked to marriage gifts. The Harmony Alliance and The AustralAsian Centre for Human Rights & Health are working together to tell more people about this issue. Check it out!

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Report

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Report

Along with experts from Monash and Griffith Universities, and ANROWS, Harmony Alliance is going to launch a study in understanding how migrant and refugee women experience workplace sexual harassment in Australia.

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SPG Annual report

SPG Annual report

Discover Harmony Alliance's impactful endeavours during the 2022-2023 financial year through insightful highlights featured in the Social Policy Group (SPG)'s annual report.

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About Us

Harmony Alliance: Migrant and Refugee Women for Change is Australia’s national migrant and refugee women’s coalition. Harmony Alliance was established in 2017 and is one of the six National Women’s Alliances working to promote the views of all Australian women, to ensure our voices are heard in decision-making processes. Harmony Alliance is a member-driven organisation, providing a platform for women from migrant and refugee backgrounds to advocate on issues that matter to us.

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We Provide

We Provide

An inclusive and informed voice on the multiplicity of issues impacting on the experiences and outcomes of migrant and refugee women in Australia. 

We Believe

We Believe

That combining grassroots participation and strong community voices with institutional reach and powerful policy advocacy networks, enables the opportunities for migrant and refugee women to directly engage in driving positive change. 

We Adopt

We Adopt

A strength-based approach, harnessing the array of unique cultural knowledge, skills, abilities, perspectives and connections possessed by migrant and refugee women. 

Harmony Alliance
is one of six National
Women’s Alliances

The six Alliances bring forward the views, voices and issues of Australian women and, in particular, women from marginalised and disadvantaged groups.

Harmony Alliance is auspiced by The Social Policy Group. 

Equality Rights Alliance

Equality Rights Alliance

Equality Rights Alliance (ERA) is a network of non-government organisations and social enterprises. ERA and its members advocate for women’s rights, gender equality, affordable housing, women’s leadership and other government policy responses that support women’s diversity. ERA uses a range of methods to consult and engage with women from diverse life situations across Australia. It, works to bring their voices to policy makers to address issues of gender inequality.

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NATSIWA

NATSIWA

The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance (NATSIWA) empowers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to have a stronger voice in the domestic and international policy advocacy process. In particular, the Alliance promotes the views and voices of women from marginalised and disadvantaged groups that have in the past found it difficult to engage in advocacy and decision making.

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NRWC

NRWC

The National Rural Women's Coalition (NRWA) provides a collaborative voice for women living in rural, remote and regional Australia. It represents a broad range of women, including those in regional towns, primary production, professional and businesswomen, Indigenous, young and elderly women. The organisation offers policy advice to government on matters relevant to the views and circumstances of rural women.

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Harmony Alliance

Harmony Alliance

Harmony Alliance provides a dedicated focus on the experiences and issues of migrant and refugee women in Australia. The principles of inclusion and representation are key to Harmony Alliance’s focus on enabling an effective voice for migrant and refugee women. They recognise the diversity of experiences in this significant and growing population in Australia. The Alliance empowers women to utilise their unique strengths. It provides evidence-based advice to policymakers and works collaboratively to inform the development of policy solutions that address systemic disadvantage.

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National Women's Safety Alliance

National Women's Safety Alliance

The National Women’s Safety Alliance (NWSA) unites a diversity of voices, expertise and experience to inform and guide national policy on women’s safety. NWSA connects the sector, experts, government, and victim-survivors with a shared vision to end violence against women. This is achieved through consultation, research, and the collaborative development of expert policy advice to governme

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Women With Disabilities Australia

Women With Disabilities Australia

Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) represents women, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disabilities in Australia. WWDA seeks to support and empower individuals. It also creates greater awareness among governments and other relevant institutions about issues relating to women’s civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.

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Alliance Member

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