The Australian Muslim Women’s Association is organising roundtable discussions on social alienation, its causes & solutions later in October 2019.
There are three focus groups: Students, Professionals and Mothers, talking about their experiences with Social Alienation.
This discussion is an opportunity for Muslim women to voice their opinions, explain how media and government decisions are affecting them, and have their stories told.
Muslim women are often the last ones that are consulted when decisions are made about our community.
The Premier of NSW has recognised this, and is keen to hear what problems, solutions, programs, or policies are working or not working for you.
These will be a series of free interactive events on dates specified below, with full catering but since spaces are limited, advance registration required through Eventbrite
With 4 sessions, 2 for students, 1 each for professionals within the community and mothers, supported by a fully catered for day of activities and interactive sessions, this is a great opportunity to have your voice heard.
Each session will be run by the Australian Muslim Women’s Association and experienced facilitators, with ‘fake’ names for each participant to allow honesty and genuine stories to be told.
Roundtable Focus Groups – Telling it like it is – your experiences, your opinions, your solutions, your stories.
Organised by Australian Muslim Women’s Association and funded by Department of Premier and Cabinet
Students: University of Sydney, Saturday 5 Oct 2019
Students: WSU Milperra, Saturday 12 Oct 2019
Professional Women at the Coal Face: The Connection, Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Mothers’ Voice: Winston Hills, Saturday 26 Oct 2019
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