Are you interested in being part of reclaiming the narrative on violence against women for generations to come? African Women Australia Inc. is looking for people to join our project as conversation leaders (paid), facilitating discussions in your state/territory that will explore the diverse experiences of Black women and their views on racism, gender inequality and violence against women.
This project aims to build an alternative narrative for addressing violence against women in the national context, cross-link ideas for structural change and build solidarity platforms that link to black women's experiences of violence against women, to other violent systems of oppression. Join our general meeting to hear more.
Date: Monday 17th May
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Online via Zoom
AWAU is Australia's national non profit organization aimed at changing the national narrative about African women from a deficit to an Afro-centric strengths-based narrative. We do this through research that drives our advocacy and outreach programming.
AWAU is a national non profit organization that seeks to become Australia's hub for the most comprehensive research, providing up-to-date and Afrocentric information about African women in Australia.
AWAU works within a strengths-based framework that is focused on advocacy for human rights and African feminisms.
AWAU is led by a team of highly skilled African women with a wealth of research and advocacy experience and multidisciplinary expertise in health, social, economic, political and non profit organizations.
Your generous donation will help support important research and community engagement activities for African women in Australia.