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Space4Women Network

The Space4Women Network is a mentoring platform that promotes gender equality and gender empowerment in the space sector. The network is open to everyone with interest in space and willingness to support women and girls in space education and careers.

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National

Join the EMCR Forum Representative Network

From 07 Jul 2020 to 07 Jul 2020

The EMCR Forum’s Representative Network is now taking expressions of interest (EOI) for new members. If you are an early- or mid-career researcher who is committed to improving EMCR representation in your workplace, please follow the link below to read more and submit your EOI by Sunday 12 July.

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National

The F Factor

The F Factor is a different kind of community group. Our purpose is to be a holistic support network for the entire duration of our members' technology careers. We want to see more women making it into technology leadership and less women exciting careers in tech mid-career.

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National

R-Ladies

R-Ladies is a global network of women in the R community, designed to offer support and visibility.

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National

Women in STEMM Australia

Women in STEMM Australia is a nationally recognised association for women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM). Our over-arching goal is to connect women in STEMM regardless of their discipline and profession.

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SA, Adelaide

Her Tech Path

Ongoing

HerTechPath is a grass-roots community of women in South Australia working in the tech sector who want to celebrate and inspire women and girls to consider rewarding and diverse careers in the technology sector. Our community runs free briefings for high schools in metropolitan Adelaide to showcase "Where can the tech industry take you?" with a panel of women working in the sector.

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WA

The Innovators Tea Party

The Innovators’ Tea Party links successful women working and training in STEM with high school students through a range of engaging events. Our 500+ women in STEM mentors are selected from a variety of industries and backgrounds and are passionate about telling their stories and promoting their fields.

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National

Young Indigenous Women's STEM Academy

Ongoing

The Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy (the Academy) will increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander females undertaking studies and careers in STEM. The Academy does this through targeted, long-term support to help overcome the barriers that discourage Indigenous women from pursuing STEM careers.The holistic, streamlined approach to support will promote access to STEM careers for high achieving Year 8 and Year 11 students. 

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National

Indigenous Women in Mining and Resources Australia

IWRA was founded to create a stronger connection with indigenous women in this traditionally male, non-indigenous dominated sector.  IWIMRA is focused on creating a national framework that will support indigenous women who are currently participating and aspiring to grow within this sector. To reach our end goal, which is to establish positive role models within our industry, at decision making levels, we must start with positive daily conversations. Our thoughts become our words and our words become our actions. This is our guiding principle

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Online

STEMinist Book Club

STEMinist Book Club provides an online space for like-minded women to discuss books about women in STEM and feminsim. Group members also meet up physically in cities around the world including Sydney, Dublin, Istanbul, Montreal and Oxford. Meet-ups are a welcome opportunity for groups of like-minded Stemminists to get together in a relaxed atmosphere, to network, discuss some of the current challenges for women in Stemm and share solutions and solidarity.