Shepparton Nawruz Celebration 2019

Nawruz is a Persian festival which is celebrated by people in Afghanistan, Iran Tajikistan, Kurdistan and other parts of the Persian-speaking world. Nawruz is the first day of Hamal (Farvardin), the first month of the Afghani or Iranian solar year. Since ancient times it has been the great national holiday.

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Fitted for Work

Fitted for Work welcomes all women (trans and cis), including non-binary and gender non-conforming people and all those who identify as women, who have experienced disadvantage and are seeking employment. We believe self-definition is at the discretion of the individual. Fitted for Work will conduct an information session at St Paul’s African House on Friday 22nd March at 1pm.

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Women’s Employment Workshop

Thinking of starting your business? Wondering how to turn an idea into a business? Join our FREE business start-up and employment workshop for women from culturally diverse backgrounds. The workshop runs from 10am – 2.30pm on 21 March 2019 at the Shepparton Business Centre, delivered by NetGain and sponsored by Ethnic Council and the City of Greater Shepparton.

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Journey Beyond Fear: Documentary reveals refugee family’s travails

A powerful documentary – Journey Beyond Fear – shot by a former Benalla woman will screen in Shepparton and Euroa next month in conjunction with Cultural Diversity Week. The Shepparton screening is FREE at GOTAFE, followed by a Q and A session with the filmmakers.

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