Awardee, Journalist activist Jess Hill has led a significant national public crusade to build awareness of the domestic violence crisis through the writing of her award-winning book ‘See What You Made Me Do’ and the follow up TV series on SBS.
Jo-Anne Cahill | For Making a Feminist Difference in the Arts
Awardee, Jo-Anne Cahill has used her decades-long diverse experience in theatre to raise the status of women through the Older Women’s Network Theatre Group.
Kim Loo | For Making a Feminist Difference in Community Activism
Awardee, Kim Loo joins the remarkable women worldwide who have been proactive in reversing the impact of global warming.
Kittu Randhawa | For Making a Feminist Difference in Leadership
Awardee, Kittu Randhawa has been working as an individual in the Sikh and Indian community from the mid-1990s onward, and established the Indian Crisis and Support Agency (ICSA), the first NGO of its kind in the Indian community.
Lynda Coker | For Making a Feminist Difference in Mentoring
Awardee, spends a significant amount of time pro bono mentoring, championing and supporting female entrepreneurs.
Our Bodies Our Choices | For Making a Feminist Difference in Leadership
Awardees, Our Bodies Our Choices (OBOC) is the group tasked with running the community campaign to decriminalise abortion in NSW
Patricia Ranald | For Making a Feminist Difference in Leadership
Awardee, Patricia Ranald organised a public forum on the impact that the ‘Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership’ (CPTPP) will have on women in Australia and worldwide.
Robynne Murphey | For Making a Feminist Difference in Workforce
Awardee, Robynne Murphy was involved in building of the Women’s Liberation Movement. She helped set up the Bread and Roses group which focused on the needs of working women, like childcare and equal pay.
Rosell Flatley | For Making a Feminist Difference in the Arts
Awardee, Rosell Flatley is a founder of New Moon Collective 2018, a community art and engagement collective program at Thirning Villa, Ashfield.