INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2015
International Women’s Day is March 8th. It’s the one day of the year when people around the world come together across physical and cultural divides to celebrate the rights of women and girls.
Make It Happen is the 2015 theme for our internationalwomensday.com global hub, encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women.
VIEW Clubs of Australia
Luncheon – Thursday 5 March 2015 – 12 pm for 12:30 pm
at NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney
Theme: “Equality for women is progress for all”
The Hon Pru Goward, MP, Minister for Women
The Hon. Shelley Hancock, Speaker of NSW Legislative Assembly
Dr Lisa O’Brien, the Smith Family
Click her for the invitation – Club Letter Invitation ES4W
Queen Victoria Women’s Centre IWD Address
Presented by Amy Gray
Reclaiming Cyber Space – how the internet has become the new battleground in the fight for equality for women.
The internet is painted as a place hostile to women, filled with meninists and gamergaters. But for every misogynistic campaign or hashtag, women rise up to defend and make their own spaces in new and hilarious ways. Amy Gray, political and feminist columnist, takes us through how the internet might just be a woman’s best ally in the search for equal rights.
Thursday March 5
Victoria Room, Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, 210 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, VIC 3000
RSVP – Essential
Places are limited, get in early via e-mail to email@example.com by Monday March 2
Phone: 03 8668 8100
Find out how Glenyce Johnson turned her mantra into a successful venture.
Thursday, 5 March
66 McKillop St
Members – $42
Non-members – $47
Discounted Group Booking for a Table of 10 – $420
Tickets can be purchased until 5pm, Monday March 2.
Sunday, 8th March
The Wesley Anne, 250 High Street, Northcote VIC 3070Tickets: $12 and can be pre-purchased through this link: https://www.outix.com.au/tickets/event/cantoalma
NT Working Women’s Centre
Invite you to celebrate International Women’s Day and our 20th anniversary on Friday 6 March 2015.
Join us for refreshments followed by a screening of:
two days, one night
Almost immediately after returning to her factory job following mental health leave, Sandra, a working-class mother played by Marion Cotillard, is laid off because her fellow workers voted to receive a bonus rather than keep her as the seventeenth person on the team. When she learns that their team leader persuaded them to vote against her under false pretenses, Sandra convinces the plant manager to hold a second, secret vote. It’s now Friday afternoon, leaving Sandra only two days and one night to save her job and, quite possibly, the life her family knows. Swallowing her pride, Sandra sets out to convince her sixteen co-workers, one by one, to vote in her favour.
NB: This film is in French with English subtitles. Rated PG-13
When: Friday 6 March 2015, refreshments from 5.30pm, films from 7pm (including the NTWWC anniversary short film)
Where: NT Museum & Art Gallery Theatrette, Fannie Bay
Cost: $12 per person – includes refreshments, drinks & movie
Tickets: Available online, or at the door (if not sold out prior) http://www.trybooking.com/GYQY
Info: Ph (08) 89810655 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 12th March 2015
Venue: The Salvation Army, 221 East 52nd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues) New York
Involving men and boys in the push for gender equality and women’s empowerment has recently gained traction globally. This workshop is an opportunity to engage in a critical discussion around some of the challenges and constraints of working with men and boys within a feminist framework. As an interactive workshop participants will not only hear from an expert panel but they will also have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with panelists in an open dialogue.
Click here for more information and registration – Working with Men and Boys A Critical Dialogue Flyer
2015 VIEW National Convention Wollongong – 11-13 September – Novotel Northbeach
Six exciting events in three days – something for everyone. Join 650+ VIEW women from across Australia. Convention is a wonderful opportunity to make new friends, hear a variety of inspirational speakers and party the night away.
Friday 11 September: Conference Day 1 – “Women of Inspiration” (a panel of prominent women which may include current and former female politicians, social commentators, bureaucrats, authors, actors, comedians, women of interest, and women in the community from rural and urban areas)
Exclusive to Day 1 VIEW EXPO with exhibitors displaying their unique local arts, crafts and goods for sale during the day including a Smith Family ‘Pop up’ retail store.
Hear from Dr Lisa O’Brien, CEO The Smith Family, a very special Learning for Life alumni, VIEW National President and enjoy listening to a forum of prominent and inspirational women.
Join the party with a choice of two themed Social Dinners. ‘Let’s Go Cruising’ (Lagoon Restaurant) or perhaps ‘Midnight in Paris’ (City Beach Function Centre) – the choice is yours. (Dinner, Dancing and entertainment)
Saturday 12 September: Conference Day 2 – “The Voice of VIEW” & “Writers Festival”
Enjoy an energetic debate of resolutions, be inspired by a prominent woman who has succeeded in her chosen field, has strong connections to the community, an interest in social justice, as well as the enhancement of women’s issues and the role of women in today’s society; enjoy the newly introduced Writers Festival featuring well known authors.
Join us at our exclusive Gala Dinner: Emeralds, Elegance & Excitement celebrating VIEW’s 55th anniversary (Bella Portofino). (dinner and entertainment)
SUNDAY 13 September: Community Grand Celebration:
(Wollongong Town Hall) Finale to Convention and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate VIEW’s achievements and its work in local communities. Open to all in the community so feel free to bring your friends, family and partners to this memorable event. Ven. Miao You of Nan Tien Temple will be taking part in this special event.
Invite your female friends and family members to all events. Booking forms are available on www.view.org.au –or call 1800 805 366
Registrations close Friday 26 June 2015 – DON’T MISS OUT!!