MUM’S THE WORD
A Mother’s Work is never done
Mum’s the Word is a campaign that demonstrates how corporate boys’ clubs, such as the National Rugby League (NRL), are committing negligent, unlawful, and discriminatory acts against mothers and women alike. We created this campaign to get support to apply pressure to ensure organizations fulfill their duty of care, moral obligations, and are directed to comply with the law to protect the welfare of our children. If you’d like to read more, click the image or button below!
Mum’s the Word Campaign
Mum’s the Word is a popular English idiom. It’s related to an expression used by William Shakespeare, in Henry IV, Part 2. The word, “mum,” is a slang version of momme, which was used between 1350-1400 in Middle English with very close to the same meaning: Be silent; Do not reveal.
We’ve created a digital publication that goes into detail on the issues we’re addressing, a history of the abuse from multiple organizations, a summary of the impact it’s had on me personally, and how you can help us in our fight. Click through our publication below to find out more!