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A series of fun events to discuss serious issues for women.
Each event is different with a topical focus on key issues for women and gender equality.
Have fun discussing serious topics in a congenial environment with great food, company and topic experts.
A different topical venue is found for each event.
Cost for speakers are covered in the booking fee and any excess goes to assist young women in leadership.
August 25th 2016 : #WomenAskWhy – ‘Money Matters’ dinner event is an opportunity to get insider tips from an HR expert on enhancing your performance reviews. The evening is a fun filled, good food event with an opportunity to learn and enter into critical conversations on issues important for women.
Space is limited so early booking is recommended.
A booking fee of $10 is required to secure your space, cover the speaker’s meal and associated costs. Dinner and drinks at own cost.
For more information and to book for this event click here
A note on Gender Inequality in Australia
Gender inequality persists in Australia, undermining economic growth, human development and poverty reduction.
Gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities regardless of whether they are a woman or a man.
Australia has made significant progress towards gender equality in recent decades, particularly in areas such as education. Despite this progress, women and girls continue to experience inequality and discrimination in many important parts of their lives, which can limit the choices and opportunities available to them.
Women continue to earn less than men, are less likely to advance their careers as far as men, and are more likely to spend their final years in poverty. At the same time, men often find it more difficult to access family-friendly policies or flexible working arrangements than women. Australian women account for 92 per cent of primary carers for children with disabilities, 70 per cent of primary carers for parents and 52 per cent of primary carers for partners.
Violence Against Women remains at crucial levels. Aboriginal women are overrepresented in the prison system. The sexual and reproductive rights of women and girls are being challenged.
Women are grossly under-represented in our government. The depiction of women in the media continues to present women as the weaker of the sexes and oftentimes commodifies women, likening them to sexual objects.
Do you find yourself defending the mere existence of such inequalities as those mentioned above. Join us in our events and have fun at the same time.
I have often been questioned if there is even a need for gender equality or feminist movements in Australia. It is a refection of how many of us are unaware of the modern issues affecting women in Australia today. Share your views and have your say.