Geelong Women Unionists Network - GWUN

The GWUN sisters warmly invite you to our on-line forum on the impacts of the global pandemic on working women.

It’s widely recognised that women have been on the front lines of the pandemic and have also lost more jobs, more pay and more work hours than me. Our speakers will discuss a range of issues affecting working women followed by time for questions and discussion.

Please join us via the Zoom link below.

Our current rule of law in rape and sexual assault cases is so weighted against victim/survivors that rarely men are found guilting of these crimes and victim/survivors are often traumatised again. Very few women report these crimes, fewer get to court and even fewer have successful outcomes.

Often when women speak up about these crimes the public do not recognise the validity unless it is proven in a criminal court. Not every woman wants a criminal process and less want the system we currently have.

Hosted by Geelong Women Unionists Network

Geelong March4Justice
Organised by Geelong Women Unionists Network

Date: February 27th
Time: 10.30 for prompt 11.00 start
Place: Geelong Trades Hall (127 Myers St)


Acknowledgement of Country – Auntie Lyn McInnes

Adele Welsh – co convener of Geelong Women Unionists Network

Libby Coker -Federal ALP member for Corangamite

Angela Carr – ASU delegate and Social and Community Services worker

Patriarchy, Power and Privilege - Medical Misogyny

A partnership event between Geelong Regional Libraries and Geelong Women Unionists Network (GWUN)

A panel discussion exploring medical misogyny, patriarchy and how it manifests in our health system and the consequences of this for us all and what we need to work on and address to change this.

All women, gender diverse people and men are very, very welcome to come and be part of this very important discussion.

Guest speakers –

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