1. The next generation.

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    At The Global Women’s Project it seems that we are currently taking it upon ourselves to create the next generation of change makers as two of our fabulous team members and one of our Board Directors are awaiting new arrivals! As you know, since May 2015, we have been passionate...
  2. #GetWomenOnBoard

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    Did you know that there are more men named Peter in Chief Executive and Chair positions of companies in the ASX200 (Australia’s 200 largest listed companies) than there are women? Well, not at The Global Women’s Project, because we have just welcomed onto our new Board of Directors a Christina,...
  3. Global perspectives, global impacts.

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    “It’s a lovely feeling when two worlds collide and produce a positive effect. This is what has happened for me with The Global Women’s Project in Melbourne and the Baale Mane in Bangalore – giving my post-graduation meanderings around the world meaning.” We are delighted to share this guest blog from former...
  4. One Month On: Nepal Earthquake 

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    7.8 and 7.3. Dozens of aftershocks. More than 8,500 dead. Tens of thousands injured. 2.4 million displaced. We know the numbers but they don’t tell the whole story of the earthquakes that devastated Nepal on April 25th and May 12th, 2015. They don’t tell the story of Sujana, a 25 year old...
  5. Forget Raymond, Everybody Loves Renu!

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    It is an honour to profile the indomitable Renu Sharma, the President and Founding Member of the Women’s Foundation Nepal (WFN), and share some of our encounters with this genuine powerhouse of a woman. I’ve had the absolute joy of working closely alongside Renu in Nepal for the last nine...

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