PACE Women’s Leadership Program

Multicultural Centre for Women's Health Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health are offering FREE interactive Zoom workshops for migrant and refugee women in Victoria. The PACE (Participate, Advocate, Communicate, Engage) Leadership Program builds on migrant women’s knowledge and experiences to take on leadership roles in their lives, work and community.


Calling all migrant and refugee women in Victoria!

This workshop is for you if you have lived in Australia for less than five years, are looking for work or are re-entering the workforce.

 In this session, we will discuss:

  • what makes an effective leader
  • what is migrant women’s leadership
  • how you can collaborate and connect with other migrant women

All participants will become part of the PACE Network. This network will connect participants with exciting events, resources and job opportunities.

This workshop will take place on Thursday 3 February 11 – 12.30 pm. 

FAST PACE is a one-off session for women who cannot attend the full 5-day program. If you would like to attend the 5-day PACE program instead, please book here.

For more information about the program, visit the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health website.

Booking Note

  • To optimise the quality of your learning experience, spots are limited. We recommend you book as soon as possible.
  • Please register to either the FAST PACE single program or the 5-Day PACE program (you cannot attend both).
  • Please cancel your ticket or email paceleadership@mcwh.com.au if you can NO longer participate.

Contact

If you have any questions about the program, please do not hesitate to email paceleadership@mcwh.com.au

This program is funded by the Victorian Government Department of Families, Fairness and Housing.

 

PACE

Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) is a community-based, feminist organisation led by and for women from migrant and refugee backgrounds. We work together with other migrant and refugee women, community organisations, health practitioners, employers, communities and government to build and share knowledge, achieve equity and improve migrant women’s health and well being through health education, research, advocacy and capacity building.

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