A platform for all wom*n

The ENID Network is an online journalism platform created by and for female-identifying and non-binary university students. Named after Dame Enid Murial Lyons, the first woman elected to the Australian House of Representatives and to then serve in the Federal Cabinet, the ENID Network hopes to inspire university wom*n of all backgrounds. With a strong focus on intersectional feminist issues, as well as personal experiences, ENID is a community of support and empowerment.

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A Reflection on Mother’s Day

Whenever Mother’s Day comes around, the pressure is on for families to plan the perfect day for the most important women in their lives. But is the day just reserved for those who have birthed or raised children, or can we also celebrate other kinds of mothers alongside less traditional notions of motherhood? … Continue reading A Reflection on Mother’s Day

Things to do When Stuck Indoors

As Australia moves to self-isolation measures due to the coronavirus epidemic, we’re in the midst of a strange new reality. Which means for most of us, staying indoors all day, every day is the new norm. But if you’re not an introvert or homebody, you might be struggling to pass the time outside of Zoom meetings and walking to the fridge for yet another snack…… Continue reading Things to do When Stuck Indoors

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional land owners of Australia, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging. As students attending universities in Australia, we recognise that the institutions we attend are on the sovereign land of these people, and we recognise our complicity in the ongoing colonisation of Indigenous land.