NSW Women’s Week has been established as a centrepiece to support the NSW Government’s commitment to improve the lives of women in NSW. Through a series of events and activities, it celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and promotes gender equality.
2021 NSW Women's Week will run from 8-14 March and coincides with International Women’s Day, and the NSW Women of the Year Awards.
The development and delivery of NSW Women’s Week constitutes Action 3.3 of the Year Two Action-Plan of the NSW Women’s Strategy 2018-2022.
The specific objectives of the week are to:
- coordinate a NSW Women’s Week to enable a broader focus, discussion and celebration of women’s achievements throughout the state; and
- launch a grant program to increase community engagement with NSW Women’s Week.
NSW Women’s Week is delivered by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ).
All of the week’s events and activities promote one of the three priorities drawn from NSW Women’s Strategy 2018-2022, which are:
- Economic opportunity and advancement
- Health and wellbeing
- Participation and empowerment
Events and activities for 2021 NSW Women’s Week 8-14 March
| NSW Women's Week 2021 Event/Activity||Date||Time||Venue|| Registration/Ticket Details|
|2021 NSW Women's Week complete list of events and activities coming soon.|
2021 NSW Women of the Year Awards
The NSW Women of the Year Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution made by women across NSW to industry, communities and society. The Awards profile women who have demonstrated excellence in their career and elsewhere, women who make significant contributions in their community and young women whose achievements make them leaders in changing the social and business landscape.
Please visit our NSW Women of the Year Awards page.