Inspiring  Women  Families  and  Communities

2006 – 2007

Women of Diversity; Community Leadership Program

A program to recognise and legitimise CaLD women’s skills, develop self–worth and provide additional skills and information to women who were working in a voluntary capacity within their communities. Funded by the Office for Women’s Policy under the Western Australian Grants for Women Program 2006.

Visiting Sisters

This program was funded by Department of Family, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaCSIA).

Parenting from the Heart

This program was funded by the Department for Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaCSIA) under the Stronger Families and Communities Strategy.

Ran Away USA

In April 2007, The Ishar Ran Away troupe presented a number of workshops and performed at the ‘Women as Intercultural Leaders: Collaboration at Cross Roads’ conference as guests of the Centre for Women’s Intercultural Leadership (CWIL) at Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana, USA. The project received funding from the Global Fund for Women, San Francisco USA; Centre for Women’s Intercultural Leadership, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA; and WA Community Arts Network.

Staying Active and Healthy

This project was funded by the Injury Control Council of Western Australia

Getting Connected

A project targeting ‘at risk’ young CaLD women helping unwrap their potential to achiever their life goals; empower them to take charge of their own lives and develop links with their community. Funded by the Office of Multicultural Interests.

Special Project for Carers

A program to empower and to develop self confidence in carers from CaLD communities and provide an opportunity to gain and expand knowledge in order to improve their caring role and bring the family leadership to a different level. Funded by the Family Leadership and Initiative Grant through Carers WA.


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