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Below you’ll find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. But if you’d like to know more, please don’t hesitate to contact us at hello@tomorrowwoman.com.au.

How do you cater for gender inclusivity?

We acknowledge that the landscape of gender is multifaceted and ever-changing, and it is our goal to evolve our program with this change.

We are actively inclusive of transgender men and women, non-binary folks, and people who are proudly fluid in their gender expression. To read more about our approach to gender inclusion, please click here.

We acknowledge that the landscape of gender is multifaceted and ever-changing, and it is our goal to evolve our program with this change.

We are actively inclusive of transgender men and women, non-binary folks, and people who are proudly fluid in their gender expression. To read more about our approach to gender inclusion, please click here.

What keeps the participants safe in our programs?

We acknowledge and uphold our responsibility to keep young people safe from abuse, neglect, and harm, and we have zero tolerance for any form of child abuse.

As an organisation that champions diversity and inclusion, we do not tolerate or endorse any discriminatory practices. We recognise that some young people are more vulnerable to abuse and neglect than others due to their cultural background, disabilities, sexual orientation, or being in out-of-home care and youth justice systems. Therefore, we pay particular attention to ensuring their safety and well-being.

We believe that every young person deserves to be safe and protected. We are committed to fostering an environment that promotes child safety and empowerment. We are committed to building a culture of trust, respect, and accountability, where all individuals associated with our organisation take responsibility for ensuring the safety and well-being of the young people we work with. Further information can be found in our Child Safety Policy.

We acknowledge and uphold our responsibility to keep young people safe from abuse, neglect, and harm, and we have zero tolerance for any form of child abuse.

As an organisation that champions diversity and inclusion, we do not tolerate or endorse any discriminatory practices. We recognise that some young people are more vulnerable to abuse and neglect than others due to their cultural background, disabilities, sexual orientation, or being in out-of-home care and youth justice systems. Therefore, we pay particular attention to ensuring their safety and well-being.

We believe that every young person deserves to be safe and protected. We are committed to fostering an environment that promotes child safety and empowerment. We are committed to building a culture of trust, respect, and accountability, where all individuals associated with our organisation take responsibility for ensuring the safety and well-being of the young people we work with. Further information can be found in our Child Safety Policy.

Why do your programs only run for years 9 -12?

We exclusively conduct workshops for individuals aged 14 and above due to the mature nature of our content.

The themes and subjects we address are tailored specifically for a mature audience within the age group of 14 and above.

We exclusively conduct workshops for individuals aged 14 and above due to the mature nature of our content.

The themes and subjects we address are tailored specifically for a mature audience within the age group of 14 and above.

How long do your workshops run for?

We run two-hour immersive workshops, in schools, sporting clubs, and within the community, for women (and those who identify as women) aged 14 and up, all across Australia.

We run two-hour immersive workshops, in schools, sporting clubs, and within the community, for women (and those who identify as women) aged 14 and up, all across Australia.

How many students do you have in each session?

Our workshops are carefully crafted to accommodate a student groups of approximately 30 to 35 student participants per session.

Our workshops are carefully crafted to accommodate a student groups of approximately 30 to 35 student participants per session.

Are teachers able to participate in the workshops?

We ask that all our school sessions have a teacher present in the room; however, we prefer the sessions to focus on the student participants.

We do offer teacher training workshops for teachers and also a Night with the Folks for parents.

We ask that all our school sessions have a teacher present in the room; however, we prefer the sessions to focus on the student participants.

We do offer teacher training workshops for teachers and also a Night with the Folks for parents.

What are your facilitators’ qualifications?

Our facilitators undergo extensive training to prepare them to navigate the complexities of human emotion and group dynamics.

Safety is our top priority, which is why all our facilitators are qualified in Mental Health First Aid, ASIST (suicide risk training), diversity and inclusion, and trauma-informed training.

Our facilitators undergo extensive training to prepare them to navigate the complexities of human emotion and group dynamics.

Safety is our top priority, which is why all our facilitators are qualified in Mental Health First Aid, ASIST (suicide risk training), diversity and inclusion, and trauma-informed training.

Why do you run workshops?

Suicide continues to be the biggest killer of young Australians, with almost one-fifth of all young people aged 11 to 17 years experiencing high or very high levels of psychological distress.

For many teenagers in Australia, the pressures from mainstream media, social platforms, family, peers, and the opposite sex can be confusing and overwhelming. These conflicting messages and expectations can have a huge impact on rising rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide.

In a time where gender roles are constantly expanding and evolving, there is a need for dynamic, facilitated environments where stories, experiences, and concerns can be expressed without judgment or limitations.

Suicide continues to be the biggest killer of young Australians, with almost one-fifth of all young people aged 11 to 17 years experiencing high or very high levels of psychological distress.

For many teenagers in Australia, the pressures from mainstream media, social platforms, family, peers, and the opposite sex can be confusing and overwhelming. These conflicting messages and expectations can have a huge impact on rising rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide.

In a time where gender roles are constantly expanding and evolving, there is a need for dynamic, facilitated environments where stories, experiences, and concerns can be expressed without judgment or limitations.

Do you run workshops for men?

Yes, we do. Our partner brand, Tomorrow Man, runs two-hour immersive workshops in schools, sporting clubs, and within the community for men. Find out more here.

Yes, we do. Our partner brand, Tomorrow Man, runs two-hour immersive workshops in schools, sporting clubs, and within the community for men. Find out more here.

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