March 4 Justice

We are a community action organisation focused on achieving equality and justice in Australian Society

March4justice events call for an end to gendered violence. They are peaceful events. Please observe all local rules and covid safe requirements.

Who are we here for?

All humans seeking equality, justice, respect and fairness in society

What is our philosophy?

Women have been struggling for our rights alone for too long, and enough is enough. We believe by being inclusive and all genders working together we can achieve more.

What do we do?

We organise and coordinate events and activities to promote equality and justice so we can hold those in power to account.

Diversity Statement

#March4Justice is an organic uprising, with logistics being undertaken at speed by volunteers around the country. Discussions include the critical need to have an intersectional mindset. As Kimberlé Crenshaw says, “All inequality is not created equal.”

Australia’s dominant patriarchal culture privileges the white, able-bodied, straight and wealthy. #March4Justice organisers and participants need to be ever-vigilant against doing the same. We call on all events to ensure a diverse platform of speakers, and all organisers to be inclusive in their outreach.







How do people benefit from joining with us?

By joining and actively participating in March 4 Justice you will be able to…

We know we are always stronger working together than working apart so by joining with us we have a much larger voice, and with that voice, we can hold the Federal Government and all politicians to account by putting pressure on our parliaments to address and put and end to the issues of sexism, misogyny, patriarchy, corruption, dangerous workplace cultures and lack of equality in politics and the community at large.

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March 4 Justice is Calling for Action

The March4Justice is delivering a petition to Parliament demanding action on gendered violence.

We want 4 actions immediately:

  1. Full independent investigations into all cases of gendered violence and timely referrals to appropriate authorities. Full public accountability for findings.
  2. Fully implement the 55 recommendations in the Australian Human Rights Commission’s [email protected] report of the National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces 2020.
  3. Lift public funding for gendered violence prevention to world’s best practice.
  4. The enactment of a federal Gender Equality Act to promote gender equality. It should include a gender equity audit of Parliamentary practices.