We believe that the first step to ending global gender inequality is to educate and upskill our young people to tackle it in their own local, national and international communities.

Established in 2013, the One Woman Project is one of Australia's fastest growing, youth-led organisations. We are dedicated to providing quality education about global gender equality through our educational seminar series, engagement events, in-school programs, public awareness campaigns, Rural Roadtrips and annual festivals.

With teams in Queensland, Victoria and internationally, we run events, seminars, workshops and campaigns all dedicated to achieving one goal: global gender equality within our lifetimes.

We are currently planning for a phenomenal 2019. Find out about what's coming up here.


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PEOPLE REACHED since 2013

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rural roadtrips since 2016

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in-school workshopS

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events and activities


Educational Seminars & In-School Program

Across our Australian bases, our key educational program is our in-school workshops and seminars. We engage with thousands of high school students passionate about global gender equality. 

Public Awareness Campaigns

We aim to educate the public on global gender inequality. Through our awareness campaigns, we gather public support and provide quality education on local, national and global issues.

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Festivals & Engagement Events

We host an annual festival in Queensland (Brisbane Feminist Festival), along with regular events across the country (such as International Women's Day events, panel discussions and film screenings).