Equality Rights Alliance (Sydney members/friends) and WEL NSW have come together this year to hold a joint end of year party on Monday 19 December at the WEL NSW's leafy courtyard.
Everyone is welcome so please feel free to bring along a friend as we reflect on the year that was for women and what the year ahead might hold. It should be a great opportunity to catch up and network with other ERA members.
If you are not able to attend please pass on the invitation, or if you aren’t in Sydney, feel free to pass on to your Sydney based associates! We’d love to meet new faces from our ERA members and supporters.
Madame Brussels (Level 3, 59-63 Bourke St, Melbourne). We'll be outside on the "rather fancy terrace".
This is an informal opportunity for all you Melbourne-based ERA members to catch up and talk about ERA projects, your own work and anything else that takes your fancy! Nibbles will be provided. Please email Rachel (email@example.com) if you can attend.
Cockburn Senior Citizens Centre 9 Coleville Crescent Spearwood, WA, 6163
Older Australians, their families and carers are invited to participate in a conversation on ageing with Federal Minister for Mental Health & Ageing Mark Butler and Melissa Parke MP, Member for Fremantle
ERA has been given 10 FREE tickets to this event. First in, best dressed...email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 2 Dec 2011 to nab a ticket!
1Million Women Save Summit
Speakers, entertainers and demonstrations of sustainable cooking, fashion, green DIY...take-home action plan to save $1000 or more next year by saving energy and cutting waste and pollution through simple actions - in your home, your transport, your food and your shopping.
The ACT Human Rights Commission will hold its annual International Human Rights Day community forum on 8 December 2011 at the ACT Legislative Assembly. This year's theme is the Twentieth Anniversary of the enactment of the ACT Discrimination Act 1991.
Canberra: ACFID and the United Nations Information Centre are bringing together three great speakers to share perspectives on "The Right to Development at 25" at a special event on Monday 5 December in Canberra.
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.