23rd Sept 6.30pm


The impact of COVID19 on young women has been devastating.


The pandemic has hit every aspect of our lives:
•Financially, through job losses or reduced hours
•Insecurity in current employment & long term career trajectory
•Safety risks of exposure to COVID and risk of DV & sexual violence
•An increased risk of homelessness
•The toll on our Mental Health
When it comes to getting work, young women are in a worse position than any other age and gender demographic.

So it’s important to question: are our needs reflected in COVID recovery policies?

In this seminar, we will discuss the impacts of COVID19 on young women, what needs to happen to stop us from being left behind, and how to turn our anger into action.
Several powerful young women will join us to share their thoughts and experiences.

Speakers include:


•Alison Pennington, Senior Economist at the Centre for Future Work
•Siew Tang Woon, 485 working visa worker at the Adelaide Casino
•Claudia Ienco, casual worker and part of Anti-Poverty Network SA
• Jamila Ahmadi of the Australian Migrant Resource Centre
• Kate McAuley, primary school teacher
There will be an Q&A session and opportunities to provide your input into the discussion.
We acknowledge that this event will stream from Kaurna land and we pay our respect to the traditional custodians of the land, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.
The link to the webinar will be emailed out to everyone who has registered.