State Election Candidates Forum: The Door Bells-Migrant Women’s Network

The Door Bells-Migrant Women’s Network The Door Bells-Migrant Women’s Network is holding a 2022 state election candidates forum, which the Ethnic Council in collaboration with La Trobe Shepparton is pleased to be hosting on Thursday 10 November 2022 from 5pm.

Demystify Politics and Politicians:

An evening with Shepparton’s 2022 State Election Candidates for Shepparton District

Shepparton District candidates in attendance: Cheryl Hammer (Liberal Party), Kim O’Keeffe (the Nationals) and Suzanna Sheed MP(Independent). We anticipate attendance by other candidates following their announcements.

Date: Thursday 10 November 2022

Time : 5.00 – 7.00 pm

Venue : La Trobe University, 210 Fryers Street Shepparton

Cost: Free

Demystify Politics and Politicians Tickets, Thu 10/11/2022 at 5:00 pm | Eventbrite

Event Partners: The Ethnic Council of Shepparton District and La Trobe University

This event is an opportunity for women from migrant communities to hear from and engage with Shepparton District candidates;ask questions on issues that matter to them and their communities; and have a voice and representation.

Everyone is welcome to attend the event and enjoy the evening! Please share with others who might be interested.

The Door Bells-Migrant Women’s Network was registered as an association in December 2021. Its vision is that migrant multicultural women in the Shepparton region are connected, heard, seen and represented in the community sphere, through

Enabling inclusion and representation of migrant women in mainstream community forums and platforms; and Supporting and empowering migrant women to have a voice and become a visible part of the wider community.

The Door Bells: Migrant Women’s Network (Greater Shepparton) | Facebook


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