Awardee, Danielle Villafaña is co-founder of Youth Against Sexual Violence, which is elevating the voices of young people in the national conversation about sexual violence and misogyny.
Denise Thompson | For Making a Feminist Difference in Media/Communication
Awardee, Denise Thompson is an independent scholar who has been writing about feminism and the status of women for over four decades.
Diane Hague | For Making a Feminist Difference in Workforce
Awardee, Diane Patricia Hague (1952-2021) initially worked for the Public Service Association focusing on women’s issues. She joined TAFE NSW as a Business Studies teacher and worked with a large group of women to organise the Socialist Feminist Conference at UNSW: Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves.
Dulce Munoz | For Making a Feminist Difference in Community Activism
Awardee, Dulce Munoz is the National Convener of Mums4refugees, a grassroots network of mothers and carers that provides emergency aid to people seeking asylum.
Elaine Evans | For Making a Feminist Difference in Leadership
Awardee, Elaine Evans (1936-2021) played a pivotal role in shaping the establishment of women’s legal services across Australia, including Indigenous women’s programs within those services.
Elizabeth Hill | For Making a Feminist Difference in Workforce
Awardee, Elizabeth Hill has worked through advocacy and research evidence, to change government policies on gender inequality and to shape the strategies of national and international non-government organisations.
Emily Mayo | For Making a Feminist Difference in Media/Communication
Awardee, Emily Mayo mentors young women unionists and has been involved in the founding of ground-breaking campaigns and movements like ‘Destroy the Joint’.
Georgie Dent | For Making a Feminist Difference in Workforce
Awardee, Georgie Dent was one of the co-founders of the Women’s Agenda – a hub which shares the latest news and views affecting how women live and work.
Hayley Foster | For Making a Feminist Difference in Leadership
Awardee, Hayley Foster has improved the status of women through her commitment to making NSW and Australia a safer place for women through law reform, education and training.