Programs and organisations eligible for Full Membership are Specialised Women's Services. These services provide frontline support to women and children victim/survivors of D&FV, are women-led, and work within an intersectional feminist framework.
Programs and organisations eligible for Associate Membership either provide frontline support to women and children victim/survivors, or are an allied organisation to the Specialist Women's Sector.
The Board comprises representatives from all States and Territories, with up to 3 Board positions offered to women identifying as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, culturally and linguistically diverse, LGBTQI+, women with disabilities, older women, younger women, and women from rural and regional Australia. Members can conthttps://wesnet.org.au/about/board/act their representatives and seek assistance on state and national policy matters, funding issues and opportunities, and any other matters affecting your work preventing and responding to domestic and family violence.