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International Women's Day

Celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of Pacific women.

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Honour Her

Recognize and show appreciation of the sacrifices and hard work of our dearest mothers. It’s her we turn to when needs arise. Thank you.

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Advocacy & Networking

Enabling women to develop strong networks locally and nationally, taking advantage of our international connections.

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Personal Well-being & Professional Development

Providing authentic leadership on women’s issues and building the capability of emerging women and girl leaders.

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Core Pacific Collective Ready to Turn the Tide on COVID-19

November 29, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Councillor Charishma Kaliyanda, Chair NSWCPC Mal Fruean. Seini Afeaki, Professor Jioji Ravulo Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun, Chair PWPBN Donina Va'a, Honourable Mark Coure, Minister Multiculturalism and for Seniors. Councillor Karress Rhodes and Jaithoon Venkteshwar

Pacific Women’s Professional Business Network (PWPBN) and NSW Council for Pacific Communities (NSWCPC), partners under the groundbreaking network, the Core Pacific Collective are turning the tide on COVID-19 with the launch of the children and hope inspired COVID-19 resources. For more information and updates, please see our Core Pacific Collective Ready to Turn the Tide on COVID-19 post.


November 29, 2022
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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