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International Women's Day Breakfast 2022 - Northern Beaches Council

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International Women’s Day Breakfast 2022 – Friday 4 March, 7am – 9.30am

Northern Beaches Council is holding an International Women’s Day Breakfast on Friday 4 March, 2022 at Manly Pacific, Manly.

This year’s guest speaker is Anyier Yuol, one of the world’s leaders in the area of social change. Having been born in a refugee camp in Kenya, losing her parents as a child, and then moving to Australia at age 10, Anyier has a deep and extensive understanding of the tremendously uneven social landscape upon which we live.

Anyier’s shares her profoundly provocative story of a young woman who speaks to advocate for herself and for women whose voices are ignored and who are prevented from realising themselves. Having been born in a refugee camp, Anyier was nourished and protected by many women around her, so when she finally left, even as a ten-year-old little girl, she had adopted their strengths, their survival skills, and the challenges they endured would drive her to be the woman she is today.

Empowering audiences worldwide, Anyier shares her story of resilience to encourage her audiences to feel listened to and feel inspired and get the most out of life regardless of the struggle they have been through.

As an advocate for social justice, Anyier engages with audiences of diverse backgrounds, delivering authentic, thought-provoking, and inspiring presentations that captivate and inspire those around her.

Funds raised through raffle ticket sales at the event will be donated to the two Women’s Shelters on the Northern Beaches - Manly Warringah Women’s Resource Centre and the Northern Beaches Women’s Shelter.

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Please contact Northern Beaches Council if you have undertaken a COVID-19 test with a positive result within 7 days of the International Women's Day Breakfast and/or if you have undertaken a COVID-19 test and awaiting results. You will require proof of testing and/or results.