1. International Women’s Day Building Back Fairer
Our expert panelists explore International Women’s Day. And what lessons can be learned from COVID and how to make the post-pandemic rehabilitation process more inclusive.
This Event’s Details
Day – Tuesday
Date – 8 March 2022
Time – 8:00 am – 9:30 am
Location – Australian Computer Society (ACS), 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
Refund Policy – Contact the organizer to request a refund. Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.
Covid has had a major impact on the economy as well as economic equality. The Covid epidemic has established new challenges to achieving inclusive and thriving economies and society, according to the World Economic Forum Gender Gap Report 2021. Pre-existing gender disparities have exacerbated the crisis asymmetrically between men and women, despite the fact that women have been at the forefront of crisis management as essential workers.
Gender-sensitive recovery methods will be important in regaining lost momentum in 2020 and avoiding long-term labor market scarring.
Also, rare Birds has assembled a panel of experts to offer their perspectives and views on how to develop an Australian economy that benefits everyone fairly.
Among the Speakers are:
Professor Marian Baird, Professor of Gender and Employment Relations and Head of the Discipline of Work. Also, Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney The Hon. Bronwyn Taylor, MLC, Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women. So, diversity Council Australia’s CEO, Lisa Annese
So, Padmi Pathinather is the General Manager of Settlement Services International’s People and Culture division. Also, the live breakfast and networking event is open to all guests in Sydney.
Attendees in Sydney will be treated to a light breakfast and drinks, as well as the opportunity to meet and network with speakers and other guests during the Q&A session. In-person tickets are $35, or you can watch the Livestream for free. If you select the Livestream option, you will receive the URL through email a few days before the event. The virtual room will open at 8.15 a.m. AEDT, with the panel discussion starting at 8.30 a.m.
2. The Cova Project – International Women’s Day Fundraiser
Join us for an unforgettable evening honoring International Women’s Day 2022 and the work of The Cova Project!
About this Event:
Day – Tuesday
Date – March 8, 2022
Time – 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location – 1 Frederick St, Artarmon, NSW 2064, Australia
Refund Policy – No Refunds
March 8th is a day of celebration, a day to reflect on how far we’ve come in achieving gender equality around the world, and a day to ask “what’s next?” So, Come join us for a unique evening of fundraising, celebration, and empowerment!
Letter from the Cova Project CEO
“Cova fans, it’s been much too long!” It’s a lot, believe me! Our top priority is keeping Covid safe! We’ve found a fantastic indoor-outdoor facility with both a car park and street access, so you won’t have to go inside if you don’t want to. Also, the location has about double the capacity that we’ll be using, allowing everyone to socially remove themselves and enjoy the night in comfort. At the door, masks and hand sanitizer will be offered.
Also, If you’ve never been to a Cova Project event, you should know that we go to great lengths to put on outstanding evenings for our donors to promote our work, and March 8th will be no exception!
Our work continues to provide alternatives for girls who would otherwise be unable to finish education and participate fully in life due to period poverty. We understand our effect, but we can’t do it without your help! So please join us on March 8th for an uplifting and vital evening!”
The Cova Project, CEO
It is also Indoor and outdoor productive gardens, exotic fruit trees, a kitchen garden, vertical plantings, and hydroponic growing systems make this an open-air, urban haven. Also, the canapés and garden-inspired cocktail for the evening will be made using fresh herbs, flowers, and fruit produced on site. Also, this event will be a small sample of East African nights, surrounded by nature and enjoyed in the fresh air.
2. Celebrate International Women’s Day 2022 by Joining us to Hear from Kath Koschel
Day – Wednesday
Date – 9 March 2022
Time – 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Location – Woollahra Library at Double Bay, 451 New South Head Road, Double Bay, NSW 2028, Australia
Refund Policy – No Refunds
Join us to hear from guest speaker Kath Koschel in honor of International Women’s Day 2022. Also, founder of Kindness Factory, a non-profit organization that inspires ordinary people to do extraordinary things. So, Kath, a former professional cricketer, and Iron Man participant have defied all medical odds three times by teaching herself to walk. Despite other major personal, mental, and physical difficulties, her fortitude enabled her to not only overcome these obstacles but also to recognize the good in the world when others couldn’t.