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Past events for employers

27 May 20215.30-7.00pm

Feminist action session – a COVID-19 recovery that factors in young women

Come along to this action session to help us spread the word about our recommendations for a COVID-19 recovery that factors in the needs of young women

Young women and COVID19 report launch

29 Apr 20214pm - 5pm

Young Women and COVID19 Report Launch

Join us for the official launch of our report ‘Loss of work, isolation and worry: the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 on young women’.

Working in the arts event

01 Mar 20213pm-5pm

Working in the Arts Industry: Panel & Free Industrial Advice Clinic

If you work in the Arts, or if you value the role that art has in your life, come along to this event!

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01 Mar 202112.30pm

Walk with the Women’s March4Justice on May Day!

Come and join the Women's March4Justice cohort at May Day 2021!

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06 Feb 20218.15PM - 5:30PM

Labour History Society SA Conference 2021

The Labour History (SA) summer conference will focus on the lessons which Australian labour history offers for strategising the urgent industrial struggles of the future.

FREE TRAINING for Salon & Beauty professionals

23 Sep 20209.15AM - 12.15PM

Free training: Responding to Client Disclosures of Domestic Family Violence for Hairdressers

Free training for hairdressers and beauty salon professionals

Working from home: Risks and Rewards - Online Panel

19 May 20205.30PM - 6.30PM

Working from home: Risks and Rewards – Online Panel

There have been many claims that Working from Home (WFH) will spearhead a feminist revolution, likening the change in our work environment to the structural changes we saw for working women during and after WW1.

The Financial Future of Older Women in Australia -Public Lecture Professor Kathleen Riach

19 Sep 20197:00PM - 9.30PM

The Financial Future of Older Women in Australia -Public Lecture

This year the Working Women's Centre is proud to co-host Professor Kathleen Riach presenting - The Financial Future of Older Women in Australia: Beyond Poverty, Pity and Parity.

how casual are you? presented by the mary lee exchange and the working womens centre sa

31 Jul 20195:50PM - 8.30PM

How Casual are you?

Presented by The Working Women’s Centre SA and The Mary Lee Exchange


Young workers

Young women have been impacted disproportionately by COVID. We’re here to help with research, support and advocacy.

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