Women’s financial wellbeing

  • Two women have a chat sitting on a couch
Date:  to
Event type: 
Region:  Logan
Oganiser:  Access Community Services
Pricing:  Free

Location

Address:  Access Gateway, 91 Wembley Road
Suburb:  Logan Central
State:  Qld
Postcode:  4114

Contact

As part of Refugee Week, Access Community Services have partnered with Commonwealth Bank to raise attention to Women’s Financial Wellbeing in CALD communities.

We invite you to be part of this conversation, hear the panellists and learn about the new resources to support women.

For some women, financial wellbeing can be more challenging to achieve. There are structural and systemic issues to contend with like the gender wage gap, a superannuation system that provides greater benefits to full-time workers who don’t take parental or carer’s leave. As we strive towards a more equal and inclusive society, women’s long-term financial wellbeing can benefit enormously from women engaging with their finances and in particular CALD women.

Join the discussion with:

Panel facilitator – Malini Raj, Head of Strategy, Multicultural Community Banking, Commonwealth Bank

Panellists

  • Nora Amath, National Manager, Islamic Women’s Association, Australia
  • Rose Karlo, Chairperson of the African Australian Women’s Association
  • Michael Hornby, Principal, Mable Park State School

Food and drinks will be provided

RSVP to [email protected]