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National Multicultural Women’s Conference 2016 – Influencing Change: Vision and Impact


The inaugural National Multicultural Women’s Conference 2016 – Influencing Change: Vision and Impact, will be held at the Parkroyal Hotel,  Parramatta, Sydney, from 3-4 November 2016.

This national event is an outcome of an innovative partnership between Settlement Services International (SSI) and th e Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA), with support from the Ethnic Communities’ Council of NSW (ECCNSW), which will provide a holistic perspective towards shaping a shared vision and driving change for multicultural women.

The organisers are very pleased that Sydney will be the location for this inaugural conference. Join practitioners, decision makers, community members and thought leaders, and participate in what will be a lively and productive national dialogue.

For more information on this Conference


Submit an abstract

fecca 2016The organisers strongly encourage you to submit an abstract and share your organisations work. This would be a great platform to showcase your organisations unique work to a large national audience.

All abstracts must follow the guidelines and be submitted online by 5 August 2016. Please note that the closing date for abstract submissions will not be extended.

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Another way you could involve yourself in the conference would be through sponsorship and exhibition, and we have a number of opportunities available.

For more information please take a look at our sponsorship prospectus

Please do not hesitate to contact Andrea O’Sullivan, Sponsorship & Exhibition Manager, if you have any questions regarding this.


Social Media Support

multi cWe hope that you will support SSI and FECCA in advancing the national dialogue on immigrant and refugee women’s issues,
by helping us promote the Conference on social media. We have opted for a simple and easy to remember hash tag – #NMWC2016. Please see attached the social media strategy for more details.


If you would like any further information, please visit 

or email


Post Carole Shaw 31/7/2016



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