We use our database of stories to create insights that help decision-makers to affect real change.
“She’s A Crowd’s deep commitment to bring the voice of users, and meaningful insights to government, has been invaluable to the Department of Transport. We’re extremely proud to be working with them to make Victorians safer.”Andrew Niere, Public Sector Innovation
Our customers are committed to ending gender-based violence
For far too long, our voices have been erased, our stories ignored, our experiences delegitimised. Sharing our stories brought shame, discomfort, disbelief and even violence. However, as a community of survivors, She’s A Crowd is not only helping people tell their truth, but using that truth to end gendered violence in Australia and beyond.
Ways you can get involved
If you’re a decision maker
She’s A Crowd works with decision-makers across the government, NGO, university and private sectors, providing them with insights about gendered violence in their municipality, workplace, demographic or school. Connect with us to obtain a data insights report from your area or access our gender lens consulting services.
If you’re a community member
Through bridging the data gap we’re working to change society for the better. Your story plays an essential part in our pursuit to end gender-based violence.
Book Zoë as a speaker
The founder and CEO of She’s A Crowd, Zoë Condliffe, is available for keynote presentations, panel discussions and workshops.
Work for us
If you are interested in volunteering or working with us, reach out via our contact page. We’ll get in touch if we have any openings available on our team.
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Sometimes telling your story can be triggering. If you feel like chatting to someone or need to seek help, please contact 1800 RESPECT. If you’re in danger contact 000 or 112.
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