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Inaugural African Diaspora Women Summit (VIC) | 26-27 June 2017

The Inaugural African Diaspora Women Summit will be held 26-27 June 2017:

Victoria University Convention Centre
300 FLinders Street
Melbourne

AIMS:

To bring together service providers, professionals, NGOs, educators, business leaders, entrepreneurs in the diaspora (Australia, Asia Pacific, Europe, the America’s) and mainland Africa to share experiences targeted at women emancipation focusing on the African women and girl child. Further, to discuss and share experiences, strategies and opportunities with and for women in areas of health, leadership, finance and personal development. It’s about women irrespective of race celebrating with and empowering fellow women, the wider society and to an extent other Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities (CALD).

SUMMIT THEMES:

Cultural Practices
Family Violence
Women’s Health
Youth Health
Economic Independence
Superannuation & Social Security
Women In Business
Youth & Financial Independence
Community Development
Diaspora & Citizenship
Political Engagement
Women & Leadership
Youth Leadership

SUMMIT OUTCOMES:

Summit Declaration
Knowledge Gaps For Research
Policy Proposals

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Service Providers, Leaders, Gender Advocates, Men And Women Of All Races

For more information:
https://africandiasporawomensummit.org.au/
https://www.facebook.com/africandiasporawomensummit/

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