A Women’s Financial Wellbeing event and panel discussion hosted by the Commonwealth Bank and The Harmony Alliance – Migrant and Refugee Women for Change, on Tuesday 18 June at 12-2.30pm at the Moroccan Soup Bar – 183 St Georges Rd, Fitzroy North.
For women, financial wellbeing can be more challenging to achieve than for men. There are structural and systemic issues to contend with, like the gender wage gap, a superannuation system that provides greater benefits to full-time workers who don’t take parental or carer’s leave. As we strive towards a more equal and inclusive society, women’s long term financial wellbeing can benefit enormously from women engaging with their finances and in particular CALD women.
At CommBank we recognise the importance of empowering women and we would love the opportunity to create awareness about some of the resources we have created to support Women’s Financial Wellbeing and Financial Abuse awareness, particularly for CALD communities and also to discuss the issues with respected and valued members of the community.
Please come and join us for an event and panel discussion hosted by: Multicultural Community Banking, – Commonwealth Bank, The Alliance Council and The Harmony Alliance, Migrant and Refugee Women for Change.
Following the panel discussion, we request the pleasure of your company for lunch and networking to continue dialogue about this important topic
Program: Migrant Women’s Financial Wellbeing Panel and Discussion
Date: 18th June 2019
Time: 12.00 noon – 2.30pm
Location: Moroccan Soup Bar, 183 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North, Victoria, 3068
Bookings: Essential, for catering
RSVP: email: firstname.lastname@example.org by 14 June for catering purposes.
Please: forward on to key stakeholders or community members who will also benefit from this session.
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