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Young Pacific Women’s Collective

July 29, 2023
Young Pacific Women’s Collective

At the Young Pacific Women’s Collective, we are co-creating a safe and reflective space!

The PWPBN is built on the principles of inclusivity and guided by values such as collaboration, openness, respect, and empowerment. During the 2019 AGM meeting, the board officially supported the formation of an independent group consisting of young Pacific women. The purpose of this group is to provide valuable insights and guidance to the network’s initiatives. Up to this point, the board has been actively collaborating with a CORE group of young Pacific women to establish the Young Pacific Women’s Collective (YPWC), which will have representation on the PWPBN board.

The YPWC will be inaugurated at the Pacific Perspectives – Young Women’s Brunch on September 2nd, 2023. The event will bring together 30 young Pacific women, who have been identified through the PWPBN networks and through an open Expression of Interest.

The PWPBN’s core focus on promoting participation and empowerment aligns with the NSW Women’s Strategy 2023–2026. This strategy envisions a safe and just society in New South Wales where women and girls are treated with respect and dignity, and have equal access to services, resources, opportunities, and protections that foster their well-being. The strategy identifies three priority areas for action:

  • economic opportunity and advancement
  • health and wellbeing
  • participation and empowerment

The #atthetabletalk is a safe reflective space, to foster a dynamic exchange of perspectives on purpose, expectations, and solutions towards a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities for Pacific young women in NSW and Australia wide.

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