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We’re touring to Port Pirie, Whyalla and Port Augusta

The South Australian Working Women’s Centre in partnership with Westside Lawyers, the Legal Services Commission of South Australia and the Aboriginal Legal Right’s Movement are visiting Port Pirie, Port Augusta and Whyalla to provide workplace advice and education.  

In each location, Abbey Kendall, Director and Principal Solicitor of the Working Women’s Centre SA, will present a seminar on Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in the workplace, discussing developments in law and cultural reform.

In conjunction with our legal partners, we will hold a legal advice clinic, where lawyers will be available to provide advice, information or referrals to help with attendees’ problems at work, and issues involving family law, child protection and domestic violence.

We will also hold a free training session for managers and HR advisors in Port Pirie, to provide participants with tools to recognise, prevent and respond to sexual harassment in the workplace, and to create a positive workplace culture, free from inappropriate behaviours.

We will also meet with local service providers and leaders to set up warm referral pathways and discuss how our services can work together.  

See the events below for more information and to register.  If you live in the region and would like advice at a legal clinic, please use our online appointment form to book an appointment and we will be in touch with further details.


Port Pirie

Monday 15 May

12pm-2pm: Seminar – Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in the workplace

3pm- 6pm: Legal clinic


Port Augusta

Tuesday 16 May

4pm – 7pm: Legal Clinic

Wednesday 17 May

10am – 12pm: Seminar – Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in the workplace



Thursday 18 May

2:30pm – 4:30pm: Seminar – Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in the workplace

4pm- 7pm: Legal clinic

Small Business Webinar Series

We are pleased to launch our Small Business Webinar Series for 2022.

Our lawyers at the Centre have advised hundreds of clients to date this year.  Whilst we are funded to provide this free advice service to women and vulnerable workers, we also provide education to small business employers, to help to prevent some of the issues we see occurring.

We have analysed the advice we have given this year, and we have identified some common themes.

Our Small Business Webinar series has been designed around these themes, as a series of bite-sized, easy-to-understand educational sessions to help busy small businesses understand their obligations to their workers.

Register now, or recommend a session to a friend.


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