The Working Women’s Centre (WWC) was established by the SA Trades Union Movement in 1979, in order to provide specialised assistance to vulnerable women in the workplace. Over the years the WWC has fought hard, through being de-funded, funding cuts and re-funded, to maintain its role in providing vulnerable women and workers assistance for 40 years.
A very proud, strong and honourable 40 years it has been!
In this time of celebrating the wonderful achievement of that last 40 years the WWC, we also pursue celebration, collaboration, support and solidarity from our comrades in achieving the NEXT 40 years of the Working Women’s Centre!
Sally McManus is well known by most in the trade union movement, she is not only the secretary of the ACTU but also a huge supporter of the WWC and the work we do.
Local femo-legend cover band “Stop That Young Man” performing for our entertainment.
Annual General Meeting: 4pm – 5pm
After Party: 5pm – 7pm
Light refreshments provided.
Tickets are free but places are limited, book now to avoid disappointment.