How to Build a Statue
Less than 4% of Australia’s statues represent historical female figures. In Australia, there are more statues of animals than there are of women. Fortunately, there are some great movements around Australia working to change this and make women more visible in the physical landscape.

If you know of any individuals or organisations working to increase the number of female statues, both in Australia and around the world, write to us at
Who do I contact?
Where can I learn more?
What else can I contact my local MP about?
We've taken the leg work out of contacting your MP! Click on your state or territory to find the name, number & email of your MP.
We've compiled a list of organisations working for statue equality & some articles where you can learn why it's so important to build more statues of women.
Where are the organisations working for statue equality?
For our friends in Australia: A Monument of One's Own, Put Her Name on It, Statues for Equality and She Saw.
For our friends in the United Kingdom: Womanchester.
For our friends in the United States: Monumental Women, She Built NYC and Breaking the Bronze Ceiling.

Why is it important to build more statues of women?
To read about the limits of statue building, check out this great article by Amelia Simone Herbert.
You can contact your local MP about ANYTHING! Their job is to represent you. Never forget that.
Check out this great guide from Oxfam about what you can contact your MP about (spoiler alert: sky's the limit!).