Mindfulness is a way to
train your brain to become more aware of the enjoyments in your daily life.
Like working out your body it takes time to develop the muscle. If you have wondered what the benefist could be, join Iris for a taster of the 8-week mindful meditation where you will learn about the pillars of mindfulness.
- Letting go
- Beginners Mind
Mums & Bubs Post Pregnancy Pilates
Facilitated by Mel a qualified physiotherapist, the sessions are designed for fun and to regain fitness post pregnancy.
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea brings people together to raise funds that will make a big difference to those impacted by cancer. The idea
is simple, just get your friends, colleagues or community together over some tea and treats, and help fund Cancer Council’s life-saving
research, prevention, support programs, and information
Join the GWHCC to raise funds for Cancer Council's Australias biggest Morning Tea .
Connect with others, share stories,recipes and do your bit to to help the 1 in 2 Australians are diagnosed with cancer before the age of
Goldfields Women’s Health Care Centre
& Artgold are partnering for this terrific event and we would love to see
You don’t need to be at the Sydney
Opera House on 10 March to experience the main stage action of All About Women.
We’re excited to be streaming three headline sessions and an exclusive
backstage Q&A, live from this preeminent festival on gender.
All About Women features emerging new voices from around the world
speaking to future directions in feminism.
Event timeline | Sunday,
10 March 2019
#MeToo, Year Two – Emily Steel, Sohaila Abdulali, Tina
hosted by Lenore Taylor
exclusive backstage speaker interview will be conducted by Edwina Throsby,
Head of Talks and Ideas, Sydney Opera House, with Emily Steel
in the arab world
Aya Chebbi, Dima Matta, Randa Abdel
hosted by Sarah Saleh
Julie Banks, Julie Bishop,Linda Burney, Sarah Hanson-Young
by Jacqueline Maley
ME TOO: YEAR TWO
Steel, Sohaila Abdulali, Tina Tchen hosted by Lenore Taylor
A decade since the Me Too campaign
began, and a year since #metoo rocked the entertainment industry, there has
been a clear cultural shift. Across industries, women who were preyed upon,
exploited and harassed have spoken out and sought justice, and the movement has
But it hasn’t all happened
smoothly. Louis CK returned to the comedy stage. The Senate confirmed Brett
Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Now that accountability frameworks have been
put in place, are the structures of justice and legal systems changing? Have we
seen a fundamental shift in the way power functions, or is it temporary and
superficial? How is #metoo playing out in different countries and cultures?
In this essential panel, we’ll be
exploring how the movement must evolve to represent women worldwide, and to
create long-lasting cultural and political change.
FEMINISM IN THE ARAB WORLD
Chebbi, Dima Matta, Randa Abdel Fattah hosted by Sarah Saleh
In a global feminist movement, our
understanding of women’s rights needs to go far beyond the English-speaking
Arab women are so often
pigeonholed, orientalised and othered in western discussions about feminism.
But the reality is there are strong feminist and LGBTQI movements across the
Arab world. This panel, co curated by artist, poet and activist Sara Saleh,
challenges the assumptions so frequently made by westerners, that Arab women
are subjugated and oppressed, by giving space for some of the loudest activist
voices across the middle east.
This session will demonstrate that
discussions about women in the Arab world can go much deeper than “why do you
wear hijab?”, and explore the issues and concerns, both political and personal,
for Arab women and LGBTQI people.
LEADING WHILE FEMALE
banks, Julie bishop, Linda Burney, Sarah Hanson-Young hosted
by Jacqueline Maley
While some of our most popular
politicians are women, they are still frequently overlooked for leadership
positions, are subjected to personal scrutiny to a level not inflicted on their
male colleagues, and they cop all sorts of sexist garbage while just trying to
do their jobs. Yet women have a huge amount to contribute to public life, and
our society would benefit from greater female representation in parliament. So
what needs to change to make more women want to run for public office in
Australia? Join this frank discussion about the pitfalls and rewards of working
in the sector, and how we can shift the culture so girls who want to grow up to
be PM are inspired, not discouraged.
WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY FOR THIS FABULOUS EVENT. THANKYOU TO THE WOMEN OF THE GOLDFIELDS FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
International Women’s Day is an important time for us all to come together to celebrate our achievements and continue to drive change to
create a better, more equal world.
The GWHCC with the support of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder will be hosting a FREE event on Wednesday 20th March at the
iconic Kalgoorlie Town Hall where Australian of the Year 2015, domestic and family violence campaigner Rosie Batty will be the keynote
speaker. Creative Director of Heart Walk and recently named Citizen of the Year Paula Fletcher, will be sharing her inspiration on the
evening and you will be entertained by the delightful duo Mairia & Henri of K7.
Light refreshments are included, so registration is essential.
For more information please contact the centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 90 218266.