In an exciting return of face-to-face meetings, WEL NSW will be holding this year’s WEL AGM, December 10 at the WEL premises, Newtown. Under WEL's Constitution the AGM will receive the Annual Report and the Treasurer's Report and conduct elections for membership of the WEL NSW Executive Committee, including office holders. A formal notice of the meeting will be sent to members in early November with the Agenda and 2021 AGM Minutes.
If you are a passionate WEL feminist with skills in one or a combination of communications, campaigning, political and policy analysis, fundraising, planning and risk assessment, administration, team leadership and management, think about nominating for the WEL Executive for 2022-23.
Contact WEL NSW Convenor Mary O’Sullivan at [email protected] if you would like to discuss.
Please note: voting during the AGM is only available to financial MEMBERS
Following the AGM, in celebration of 50 Years of raising women's voices, we are honoured to have Hon. Linda Burney - Minister for Indigenous Australians as a keynote speaker to share on the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Referendum on enshrining an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament in the Constitution.
As we mark our 50th Anniversary of feminist activism through democratic advocacy to parliament, Linda will outline the compelling reasons why feminists should become advocates and activists for the Constitutional Aboriginal Voice to Parliament.
We are honoured that Linda has accepted our invitation.
Members and friends of WEL are welcome to attend.
To RSVP to the 2022 End of Year Gathering ONLY please follow the link below
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