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International Women’s Day

Embrace equity is the theme of this Year’s International Women’s Day and the events did that and more with celebrations happening over two weeks.

From Hawkesbury to the Hills there have been celebrations with more to come. These are snaps from a few that have already happened. If you would like to send us yours email [email protected]

Hills Community Aid1 International Women’s Day
Hills community aid embracing equity: mansi bhatia, anita fisher, mici beer and dr padmini howpage
Zonta Kaye Amies Club President And Mc Brenda Bradbery With Jennifer1 International Women’s Day
Dr jennifer mathews (pictured) was keynote speaker at zonta international’s western sydney iwd breakfast. Jen is passionate about the involvement of women and girls in stem topics and founded ‘big blue conservation’, a not-for-profit organisation which has been restoring reef ecosystems in thailand since 2009. The young woman in public affairs award was presented to emily an (pictured) from james ruse high. Highly commended were hannah pola and layelle etri.
Iwd Norwest Rotary1 International Women’s Day
2021 australia of the year – local hero, author and refugee advocate rosemary kariuki oam joined disabilty advocate, 23-year-old julie charlton and 40-yearvolunteer june young oam at a very special iwd breakfast last week organised by norwest sunrise rotary club
Best Azita And Anita Ngina Iwd1 International Women’s Day
Azita abdollahlian pictured with ceo anita campbell of the nursery and garden industry association. The refugee advocate was guest speaker at ngina’s inaugural iwd high tea held at the crowne plaza hawkesbury valley.

Zonta Ywpa Winner Emily An International Women’s Day

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