Our vision

Opportunity, Education, Performance.

Around the globe there are women who are talented, passionate and driven in their professional field, but they do not have the opportunity to give their best in a way that is acknowledged or encouraged by their community.

FairBreak is an initiative that aims to create pathways for women to have better access to opportunities, education and high level performance roles.

 “Our vision is to create a fully sustainable and exponentially growing business that allows women to pursue whatever field of endeavour they like, and to be remunerated for that fairly and equally; to pursue a ‘pure sport’ philosophy, free of corruption and inequality.”

Shaun Martyn, Founder of FairBreak

Recent Posts

Namibia — Cuba’s female boxing revolution

We love this! Originally posted here: “Because women should protect their beautiful faces”   A film by Maceo Frost produced by Revolver & Made by Forest. Long version coming soon Starring: Namibia Flores Rodriguez Director: Maceo Frost Director of Photography: Lionel Cabrera Executive Producer: Jesper Pålsson & Raymond Van der Kaaij Production Company: Revolver & … Continue reading Namibia — Cuba’s female boxing revolution

The impact of the cricket pay dispute for female players

Shaun Martyn’s interview with ABC Radio’s Tracey Holmes FairBreak founder Shaun Martyn was a guest on ABC Radio’s The Ticket with Tracey Holmes to discuss the recent crisis in Australian cricket with a major pay dispute between Cricket Australia and players. Listen to the full show for an interesting discussion, or head to 49:39 minutes … Continue reading The impact of the cricket pay dispute for female players

A robust discussion about gender equity at our inaugural Gala Dinner

A huge thank you to all those who contributed to a successful and most enjoyable evening at our first FairBreak and SolarBuddy Gala Dinner at the Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney on June 7. The Pymble Ladies’ College Jazz band and vocalists set the scene perfectly to start the night, followed by sensational vocalists through the … Continue reading A robust discussion about gender equity at our inaugural Gala Dinner

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