Josephine Tovey "It's been a difficult year, probably the most difficult year of my professional life, or even personal life for that matter."
Jenny Noyes Australian Human Rights Commission President Gillian Triggs has been named the 2015 Woman of the Year by Daily Life, Fairfax Media's leading website for Australian women.
Ruby Hamad As feminism marches on we must not leave women of colour behind, writes Ruby Hamad.
Clementine Ford Australian feminists who have shown "women can do anything and we can beat the world."
Shen Narayanasamy Human rights lawyer and anti-mandatory detention campaigner Shen Narayanasamy on the year's biggest wins and losses for Australia's human rights record.
Amy Middleton We asked lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people what (and who) frustrated and inspired them in 2015, and how things can get better next year.
Jenna Price Because some professions are more equal than others.
DV with disability
Moo Baulch and Jess Cadwallader It's the too-often-forgotten part of the conversation when we talk about violence against women - but women with disability are in dire need of attention.
Penny Wong "This should be two letters: one to encourage, to inspire and to reassure; the other to scream and yell, and to dissuade." Penny Wong reflects on her decision to enter politics.
Jenna Price Young women and girls are taught to put relationships and nurturing above everything, this is why it has to stop.
WOTY 2015 finalists
The women who made a difference, inspired us and earned your vote this year.
Jenna Price "Once you understand control is the precursor to family violence. You stop asking questions in the same way."
Joyce Phillips Joyce Phillips: "Equality can mean many things. To some it means fairness, balance or even justice. To me, it means opportunity."
Jenna Price How much does the Turnbull government's goodwill translate to funding for anti-domestic violence services?
Clementine Ford A viral video sparks a discussion on why women resort to what we've been taught is the kindest rejection possible.
Cosima Marriner Cosima Marriner looks at the damage caused by domestic violence in families, and the workers on the front line trying to contain it.
Our Watch framework
Yassmin Abdel-Magied "We live in a society where the inequality is so pervasive, so embedded in everything we do, that often we don't realise it's there."
Clementine Ford Women are constantly fed the lie that we are our own worst enemies. But female friendships can be a powerful fortress.
Mariam Veiszadeh Mariam Veiszadeh: "I've been bestowed with the honour of becoming every Islamophobes' favourite poster child."
Celeste Liddle Aboriginal women are strong. They need to be given the space and support to address issues of violence within communities.
Clementine Ford The reason people - and the dinosaurs in particular - keep making fun of feminists is because we're actually making a difference.