Tag: WAIG Women’s Discussion Group

Women’s Discussion Group

The Impact of Climate Change on Health and Disease. Increasing temperatures, rising seas and natural disasters are a feature of climate change. Despite the...

Women’s Discussion Group

Author & therapist Suzanna Hammond presents a light-hearted and informative talk about her experiences of the ‘slow death of common sense’ over more than...

Women’s Discussion Group

How our family came to call Australia home. Based largely on her father’s memoirs, Sigrid Smee will talk about the often-violent events before, during...

Women’s Discussion Group

Information obtained from the ABS reveals that Muslim women attend Australian universities in a greater proportion than non-Muslim women.  They are graduating with qualifications...

Women’s Discussion Group

Journalist, communications consultant, north shore resident and author, Suzanne Daniel will discuss her debut novel Allegra in Three Parts, in conversation with WAIG member...

Women’s Discussion Group

Our regular session, when we’ll talk about books by women authors that we have been reading recently.

Women’s Discussion Group

Diana Bernard has a social work degree and a Master’s in Public Health. She has a long history working in health, firstly in a...

Women’s Discussion Group

Little Books on Big Ideas. Several WAIG members will share their responses to one of these books covering themes such as On Violence (Natasha...

Women’s Discussion Group

Patricia Garcia AO, is a humanitarian and human rights advocate with extensive experience working in some of the world’s longest running conflicts and complex...

Women’s Discussion Group

Chisengo Makomo, is an artisan with a passion for cultural and creative arts. As a mental health consumer, Chisengo was inspired to develop a...