Sporting communities are rich with stories of women & men who have found the necessary strength to fight for better balance and a better world. Stories of possibility, drive, resilience & bravery.
In support of International Women’s Day we collaborated with photographer Steph Comelli to celebrate these voices through a series of black & white photographic portraits.
Because a balanced world is a better world.
More opportunities for Indigenous women to realise their dreams.
Diversity and inclusion makes organisations, businesses and sporting clubs stronger.
Female football players equally valued and equally considered.
Challenge what you’ve always done; realise what you could become.
Proudly working four-day weeks so my wife can too.
Don’t ever let what’s “normal” or what’s been done in the past stop you from being great.
Sport’s a mirror on society; our game’s richer when it reflects us all.
Flexible work opportunities for both men and women.
Opportunities to succeed at everything with no limitations.
Visible female role models in every field.
Freedom of opportunity and equality in the assumption of potential.
Hearing and learning from varied voices with different experiences.
Education for all no matter what gender, race or background.
Parenting as a team, to make both careers matter.
One woman among men isn’t balance. True balance requires women and men.
Balance means equal opportunities. No exceptions.
What my wife, daughter, mum and sister deserve.
A balanced world makes sense. In the AFL there’s the will to achieve it.
An equal playing field allows ANYONE to dream without limits.