Zonta information stall highlighting projects that enhance equity. Find out how you can get involved in the drive for change.
Zonta Blue Mountains invites you to be inspired by the fabulous Heather Hawkins.
Tuesday 5 December – Wear it Orange Morning tea at Belong Blue Mountains “A Celebration of the women who inspire us”
Morning Tea hosted by Belong Blue Mountains and Thrive Family Services to raise awareness of violence against women, and what we can do to bring attention to the issue.
Visit the Library and decorate a flag for public display to show your support for women and children impacted by Domestic and Family Violence.
16 Days of Action Against Gender Based Violence is an international campaign led by the UN. Find out about events happening in the Blue Mountains from the 25 Nov – 10 Dec 2023.
BMWHRC invites you to take part in a conversation about the experience of gender as told by older (AKA fabulous) women! Delicious lunch included.
Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre (BANC) and Zonta will have an information stall at BANC on the day of the markets to provide information about projects that enhance equity.
A rainbow-clad crowd gathered at Civic Place, Katoomba, as Blue Mountains City Council raised the Progress Pride flag on Wednesday 17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT)
Taking action to reduce family and domestic violence in the Blue Mountains is a key focus for Blue Mountains City Council. Members of Blue Mountains City Council’s mayoral reference group for family and domestic violence, from left, Maree Cairns, Janice Atkinson, Vicki Edmunds, Jen Handcock (on screen), Councillor Suzie Van Opdorp, Kirrilly Twomey, Joy Goodsell and Sophie Davis.
Starts 25th November - Step Up, Speak Out, Show Up, Be Loud! "The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign that kicks off on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until...