The CSW report back will allow you to hear directly from women who attended the 58th Commission on the Status of Women in New York this year. We will discuss themes and trends emerging from the negotations and examine options for further action.
National Australia Bank, The Academy (The Bowl Room), 500 Bourke St, Melbourne
This event will bring together experts and practitioners from across business, government and civil society for a shared learning and discussion on identifying and seeking solutions to remove the barriers preventing the full and equal participation of women in the workforce, particularly at board and management levels.
Gender equality is a human right requiring men's and women's creative, collaborative and inclusive engagement. This course aims to build competancies for increasing gender awareness and improving gender and development practice.
"The two days were very well organised and facilitated by people with firsthand expereince of working in developing countries. It was a very enjoyable and engaging training." Scott White, Manager, People and Culture Net Balance Foundation
The booking deadline for this event is 7 March 2014. To find out more and book your place, go to the IWDA event page.
You are invited to attend an Australian Baha'i Community event for International Women's Day. The theme is "Inspiring Change: Women's leadership and empowerment at a grass roots level" and will consist of an interfaith service followed by a reception. The speakers at the reception are Vanessa Moskal from the Warringah Council and Safa Rahbar from the Australian Baha'i Community.
4th floor meeting room, Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane Melbourne
Join the Union of Australian Women in the celebration of International Women's Day and Women's History Month by coming to the launch of their updated history Left-Wing Ladies. The Union of Australian Women in Victoria 1950-2012.
An information session will be held on the ACT microcredit program. No intertest and low interest loans are made available for eligible applicants to start or grow a business. Key target groups include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, migrants, young people, women and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex individuals.