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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.
Women's Information and Referral Centre Ground Floor, London Court, 13 London Cct, Canberra City
As women we get very used to putting others ahead of ourselves. We look after our families, our friends and our colleagues and often lose sight of how to best look after ourselves. When we do this we often wear ourselves out and then we wonder why we have so little energy, why we seem to have trouble remembering things and why our life seems quite unrewarding and lacking in pleasure and joy.
This workshop looks at why it is so important to look after ourselves in nurturing, encouraging and healthy ways and how cherishing ourselves is one of the keys to better relationships, better health and a happier self.
Presented by ActionAid, Frocking Hilarious is the only all-women line up at the Sydney Comedy Festival. Headlined by ActionAid ambassador Judith Lucy, Frocking Hilarious will once again bring you a line-up of Australia's funniest women to celebrate women's rights through the power of laughter.
After last year's sell-out show this year's event boasts some of the strongest female voices in Australian comedy, including Denise Scott, Fiona O'Loughlin, George McEnroe, and ActionAid ambassador Claire Hooper.
All profits go to ActionAid's work empowering women living in poverty to stand up for their human rights.