What's on IWD 2020 Australia

International Women’s Day falls on Sunday 8th March in Australia this year, here’s a quick snapshot of events:

WHAT’S ON IWD 2020

MELBOURNE AQUARIUM’S BLACK TIE GALA DINNER TO SUPPORT OUR WATCH

Join corporate leaders for this purposeful, unique event on Friday 28th February.

WHERE: The Oceanarium at Melbourne’s Aquarium.

PURCHASE YOUR TICKET HERE

Every dollar raised from the event goes to Our Watch –  driving cultural change and trying to stop family violence before it starts.

In act of generosity Melbourne Aquarium has donated its venue and is covering guests food and alcohol as well as entertainment.

Every dollar raised will go towards Our Watch and its vital work in combating violence.

Studio Gallery founder artist Kerry Armstrong has kindly donated her stunning art valued at $3,800 for auction on the night.

The large scale work ‘Introvert‘ is from Armstrong’s Girl on a Wire Series.

125 x 165 cm

Other prizes include a photography package thanks to Tilnak photographic fine art and education.

Please join us on Friday February 28th, 2020.

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sea-life-melbournes-2019-charity-gala-dinner-in-support-of-our-watch-tickets-74067659363

ICC T20 WORLD CUP – JOIN THE WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT FOR BIGGEST CROWD AT A WOMEN’S CRICKET MATCH

A world record attendance for a women’s sport fixture could be set when the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup final is held on 8 March in Melbourne – International Women’s Day.

Be part of a World Record attempt on 8 March, International Women’s Day for the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.

Katy Perry will perform.

Sunday 8 March, 2020

MCG Melbourne

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Thursday 5 March, 2020

SCG, Sydney

UN WOMEN IWD BREAKFAST  – new release of tickets to events across Australia.

Melbourne

IWD Breakfast
Friday 28 February

Brisbane

IWD Breakfast
Tuesday 3 March

Perth

IWD Breakfast
Wednesday 4 March

Canberra

IWD Lunch
Thursday 5 March

Sydney

IWD Breakfast
Friday 6 March

The 2020 global IWD theme is Generation Equality.

Generation Equality is a call to action to join forces across generations, to create a world where every girl and woman has equal opportunities to fulfil their full potential.

Equal access to education and income are central to levelling the playing field for women around the world.

Half a billion of the world’s illiterate adults are women.

This trend has not changed in 20 years. UN Women is actively working to change that.

IWD RUNWAY LUNCH

Malvern Town Hall, hosted by the City of Stonnington.

Speakers include fashion designers Lisa Barron and Megan Park.

The afternoon brings together an exciting fusion of fashion, food and powerful women.

Friday 6th March. Tickets here.

Business chicks event tickets are still available.  Find what’s on in your city here.

Events

ACBC VIC; IWD HIGH TEA 2020

By Australia China Business Council Victoria

Thursday, 5th March. Tickets here.

Cathy Foley Chief Scientist CSIRO and Katrina Sedgwick OAM, Director and CEO of ACMI will deliver inspiring talks.

ROTARY IWD BREAKFAST

Thursday, 5th March

Whiteman St, Southbank

More information here

Speakers include Lord Mayor Sally Capp.

Kemi Nekvapil’s Dare to Lead Retreat – May 2020 – Only 2 places left! 

Message from Kemi:

When I was training with Dr Brenè Brown in June of last year, I had a powerful desire to create an intimate retreat for female leaders to complete the full 16 hour Dare To Lead program. Not in a corporate room, but in a stunning retreat setting, where we could dive deep into the work, and have time to enjoy walks along the magnificent ocean road coastline, enjoy meals cooked by a private chef and enjoy the company of each other.

The retreat is only open to eight participants.

At the end of last year I invited my current clients to attend the retreat and all places were taken within 29 hours, but due to life circumstances for a couple of women, there are now two places available.

Is one of them yours?

Dates: May 14 – 7pm – May 17 – 5pm  2020

Where: The Summer House, Torquay, Victoria

If you missed out on booking a speaker for your event contact us for 2021.

 

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Martine Harte is founder of Engaging Women, a platform for social good.
She is a dedicated voice in the advancement of women & girls. Contact martine@engagingwomen.com.au.

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