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Fertility Society of Australia
Fertility Society of Australia – is the peak body representing scientists, doctors, researchers, nurses, consumer groups, patients and counsellors in reproductive medicine in Australia and New Zealand.

The Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA)
The Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA) provides public education and resources for professionals and the community on fertility and issues related to assisted reproductive treatment (ART).

Your Fertility 
Your Fertility is hosted by the Fertility Coalition: the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA), Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, Andrology Australia and The Robinson Institute.

Western Australian Reproductive Technology Council
Western Australian Reproductive Technology Council – was established under the Western Australian Human Reproductive Technology Act 1991 to regulate assisted reproductive technology within Western Australia, to provide advice to the Minister and to promote informed public debate and education.

SA Health - Fertility Treament
South Australia has specific legislation on reproductive medicine which was revised in 2010.

ACCESS - Australia's National Infertility Network
ACCESS - Australia’s National Infertility Network, provides a national voice promoting the wellbeing and welfare of infertile people. ACCESS also provides links to clinics.

Donor Conception Support Group
Donor Conception Support Group – provides support to people contemplating the use of donor gametes/embryos, to parents who have used donor gametes and to offspring conceived through donor gametes. They lobby and increase the public awareness to donor conception issues.

BPW (Business and Professional Women)

An international organisation that educates and informs women, undertaking research and projects aimed at making a positive difference for women. BPW lobbies governments at all levels including at the United Nations, where it holds Special Category Status, on current and emerging issues of importance to women.

BPW Australia
BPW Australia works to raise the status of women and encourages women to become well informed and active at local, national and international levels. Membership in BPW provides opportunities for business and professional women to network, access mentors, develop skill sets and participate in forums to discuss issues of concern with likeminded and diverse women.

BPW International
BPW International works for global gender equality in power and decision-making through our advocacy and UN participation. BPW International develops the business, professional and leadership potential of women on all levels through worldwide friendships and our mentoring, skill building and economic empowerment programs and projects around the world.

This ThinkFertility website is a project of the BPW Australia ThinkFertility team.