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Join us at our June's event - Diversity - the fabric of modern society

Tuesday 23rd of June 2020

5:30pm to 7:30pm

This is an on-line event, a link will be sent once you register

Price ranges from $5.00 to $20 (you choose)

In our ever-diversifying societies, we are becoming more concerned with not only the lives that have come together but also the quality of life that groups of people are experiencing within communities. As we become more aware of our needs as people and communities, both socially and economically, we have realised that all members of our communities need to be able to participate in society and have access to opportunities at all levels. From being apt job acquisition and access to services to connecting with family members and accessing personal interests, communities are enriched when all experience social inclusion. This essentially means that all people have the best opportunities to thrive in their personal lives and society, including being supported through personal crises and having opportunities for their voices to be heard. Communities practising social inclusion can evolve as a whole with no one being unjustly left out. Find out more about this event HERE.


3 Tips to Regenerate Our Urban Landscapes

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A few months ago we hosted an event called "Regenerate" to raise awareness around the steps towards creating safer and healthier urban landscapes for all, by all.

In this insightful event expert speakers Nick Rose, Rachelle Armstrong and Thomas Kennet shared plenty of insights from their fields of expertise and our attendees also asked such great questions that we’ve decided to share the video clip from the event. Click here.


Start Up Program for Female-Led start-ups

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We have partnered up with The Founder Vision for a series of six business planning workshops for female entrepreneurs that help you focus on your vision for success, plus give you the skills and confidence you need to start your own business with impact.

You will learn all the steps required to set up your business, plus you will be mentored the whole way through to ensure you get off to the best start possible! By the end of the program, you will be clear on what you are doing and ready to start making a positive impact on the world!
This is for you if:

You have an idea for making an impact with a business but no idea where to start
You are in the early stages of starting a business
You are feeling lost and overwhelmed with your new business
You would love to make a positive impact on the world by combining business with your passion
You have little to no experience in business, find out more here.

Cost Range: Early Bird is $225 + GST (Early Bird ends 30th June 2020)
Standard Price is $297 + GST
Dates: 6 x 1.5 hour live webinars scheduled every week starting August
Time: 7:30PM – 9:00PM once a week for 6 weeks
Conditions: A minimum of 5 people to run this workshop


Check out our Ethical Living Blog

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The Ethical Living Blog

We took some inspiration from last month's networking event "Women Power." We gathered with our guest speakers Abiola Ajetomobi, Maria Chindris and Sandy McDonald to tap into their well and wealth of knowledge around how to flourish out of an unfavourable situation. These three inspiring guests and women, though of course unique to each other, have a few things in common – things that we knew would make for some great insights for us all in such a time.

Abiola Ajetomobi, director of the Innovation Hub at Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC), Maria Chindris, Community Relations Lead at Sisterworks Inc and Sandy McDonald, Founder of Sandy McDonald.com and charity CreateCare Global, have all had the experience of being a migrant or of a migrant family in Australia. Having migrated is of course only a part of their stories, however, it is a part that impacted their lives on arrival and inspired or caused them to grow and adapt in new ways. In entering unfamiliar territory one definitely has to be flexible and think outside of the box. Through the event, we got to hear some powerful snippets of stories surrounding this transition and what it took to become successful in their fields, as well as to become women who now help others to make similar transitions and move from arriving through to surviving and thriving, even when it seems impossible, even now during COVID-19. Continue reading here......

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