NSW Women's Week
NSW Women’s Week is a chance for women and girls across the state to come together to support one another, share information and celebrate women’s achievements.
NSW Women’s Week is also a time to bring our communities together to work towards gender equality. We all have a part to play in championing gender equality and making NSW a great place to live, work and succeed.
2023 NSW Women's Week ran from 6 to 12 March 2023 and coincided with International Women’s Day on 8 March and the NSW Women of the Year Awards on 9 March.
Women NSW is looking forward to bringing you an exciting program of events for 2024.
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2023 NSW Women's Week Events
Women NSW were proud to support a program of events designed to celebrate, connect and honour the women and girls in our lives.
|Monday 6 - Sunday 12 March||Women's Week Grant Events||The NSW Women’s Week Grants provide local organisations with an opportunity to deliver a range of events and activities over Women's Week that provide direct benefit to local women and girls.|
|Friday 2-3 March||CommBank Women's Assembly 2023||The Exchange Dubbo will host a two-day event celebrating the strength of regional women with six local panellists and their incredible success stories. The event will include three facilitated workshops and a long lunch with inspiring keynote speaker Jackie Frank. Find out more.|
|Monday 6 March||Cracking the Code - Breakfast and Panel Discussion||Snowy Hydro will host a community breakfast panel discussion about studying and working in non-traditional STEM based roles in the Snowy Monaro region. Find out more.|
|Tuesday 7 March||Financial Wellbeing and Online Safety webinar, hosted by Women NSW||Women NSW will be hosting a free webinar exploring important topics for women regarding financial wellbeing, covering such topics as technology-facilitated abuse and how to avoid online scams. Find out more.|
|Tuesday 7 March||Menopause Mixer|
The Menopause Mixer will bring together leaders and influencers in the menopause space from the government, community, and health sectors, to discuss how best to ensure all women have the information they need to navigate perimenopause and menopause.
|Tuesday 7 March||Engineering Your Future||A day of face-to-face and online workshops for female and non-binary school students in years 7-10, designed to demonstrate practical uses of engineering, foster students’ interest in STEM subjects and inspire them to consider careers in engineering.|
|Wednesday 8 March||Future of Women in Western Sydney Summit, presented by Western Sydney Women||Western Sydney Women will host a discussion on the impact of government policy, education, infrastructure and non-traditional roles, economic security, and politics on women in Western Sydney. Find out more.|
|Wednesday 8 March||Anzac Memorial: International Women's Day 2023||The Anzac Memorial is holding a series of free special events to commemorate and recognise women who have contributed to the defence of Australia in conflicts and peacekeeping missions. Find out more.|
|Wednesday 8 March||The One to Watch Award Ceremony||The One to Watch Award recognises girls and young women aged seven to seventeen, who demonstrate a single act or ongoing acts of courage, strength, determination and/ or kindness to help and support those around them.|
|Thursday 9 March||2023 NSW Women of the Year Awards Ceremony||The 2023 NSW Women of the Year Awards will take place on 9 March, recognising and celebrating the outstanding contribution made by women across NSW to industry, communities and society.|
|Friday 10 March||NSW Women's Week Ladies Lunch||Business Mudgee will host a unique and moving keynote presentation with Melinda Schneider, as she shares her journey of mental health through songs and stories. Find out more.|
2023 NSW Women of the Year Awards
The NSW Women of the Year Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution made by women across NSW.
NSW Women's Week resources
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