Registrations are NOW OPEN for the SISWP Interim Board Meeting & SI Australia Conference Friday 3rd to Monday 6th May 2019 to be held in the Barossa Valley area of South Australia.

SWP Federation President Anusha Santhirasthipam says; "This Joint effort presents an ideal opportunity to further develop SISWP Biennium Theme 2018-2020 of Embrace, Create & Prosper: Empowering Rural Women & Communities".

Here are some exciting highlights of the Special Keynote Speakers and Thematic Areas we have developed for the Joint Workshops on Saturday 4 May 2019.

* In line with our theme, we have secured Dr. Patricia Hamilton, Past President of National Rural Women’s Coalition (NRWC) Australia, Director Country to Canberra Ltd, Co-Convenor Thriving Women 2020 Conference, APEN Ltd Communications and Advocate for Rural Women and Girls as Opening Keynote Speaker.

* Morning Session Interactive Workshop on the 4 sub-thematic areas, where SISWP Board members, SI Australia delegates and Observers will jointly invest their time in IDEATION, the creative process of moving from ideas to innovation to actualization for:

1. Inter-Club Skills Exchange

2. Mentor Young Creators

3. Prosper Across Borders

4. Develop Social Enterprises

*World famous Maggie Beer is our Special Celebrity After-Lunch Speaker. Maggie is an ideal champion of women-led “farm to table” enterprises that produce local and go global (GLOCAL). She will inspire Soroptimists to develop social enterprises that enable rural women to prosper and overcome their socio-economic challenges.

Afternoon Session Interactive Workshops will be on 2 major developmental thrusts:

1. Membership Matters: Effective Strategies & Breakthrough Success Stories

2. SISWP Database, Social Media & Innovations – An Experiential Lab

 

Read SWP Federation President Anusha Santhirasthipam Welcome message by Clicking Here.

Registrations are NOW OPEN. To register for the SISWP IBM & SI Australia Conference 2019 Click Here.


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