Girls’ Uniform Agenda is an Australia wide group, advocating for choice of shorts and pants for all girls at all schools.

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Information sheets to edit and share with your school, + federal and state legislation + education department policy documents.

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Download our flyer here. Stick it above your computer, in your staff room, on a noticeboard. Share it on Social Media!

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21 hours ago
Prizewinning: Judge Us On Ability, Not On Dress - Girls' Uniform Agenda

If there's a 'formal uniform' requirement to wear a dress, or shaming for choosing to wear shorts and pants - is it really a choice? The story of this young uniform activist is heartbreaking but ... See more

This story shows that even when schools offer uniform choice, the shaming, guilt and pressure on girls to conform to gender expectations is ever-present.

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2 days ago
Timeline Photos

Girls' Uniform Agenda is 1 year old! For a group of volunteers we are super proud of our efforts BUT, there is so much work left to be done! Our mission is (and always has been) that ALL girls in ... See more

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3 days ago
Uniform Revolution Resolutions

We're in the midst of an Uniform Revolution! This week we've had three messages announcing multiple schools across Australia have made uniform policy changes. It's undeniable that this is a ... See more

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1 week ago

TELL US WHO SELLS GREAT PANTS AND SHORTS UNIFORM OPTIONS SPECIFICALLY FOR GIRLS. With policy changes in VIC and WA requiring that girls are given the option of pants and shorts at school there is ... See more

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2 weeks ago
The Dress Trap - Equality and the School Dress - Girls' Uniform Agenda

Schools have only just gone back and we're already hearing how girls are being policed on their school dress and skirt length. Perhaps we need to look closer at the school dress and what it means ... See more

We’re a long way from achieving gender equality however you look at it. When we ask young girls what they think, they say they feel judged on their appearance and don’t feel equal to boys, not ... See more

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