You are invited to attend the 1st African Women’s Council of Australia’s Round-Table Forum to be held on Friday 28 October to coincide with the opening of CHOGM.
REGISTRATION FEE (includes morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch)
$ 60 (members of the African Women’s Council of Australia)
$ 125 (NGO)
$250 (Corporates /Organisations)
To Register and Payment Details Email us at: email@example.com
THEME OF ROUND-TABLE AND FOCUS
This is the first national Round-Table Forum to bring African women representatives from around the nation to discuss the role of African women as agents of change, and develop a National African Women’s Plan of Action.
The Forum will facilitate networking among and between African women’s groups, enhance relations between the African Women’s Council of Australia and other women’s associations in Australia, African community representatives, government, businesses and service providers.
The Theme of the Round-Table Forum is:
The Round-Table Forum is a platform for a focused conversation and action on three main issues:
Deliberations will be presented to the Government
It is just right to hold such an important forum at this time especially 2011 being a Centenary of the International Women’s Day and the International Year of People of African Descent. The participation of women from diverse cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds in social, economic, cultural and political life of a nation is crucial in achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Please note that the Council will hold a Preparatory Consultative Meeting on the Development of the National Plan of Action on 27th Oct at the Legislative Council Chamber from 10.00AM – 2.00PM. For More information on this email us firstname.lastname@example.org and write subject: 27 Oct Preparatory Consultative Meeting )
AWCoA is supporting and acknowledging African women’s efforts to making a difference, and empowering them to take their place as agents of change in Australia.
Sharing and Listening to the Voices of African Women in Australia