Annual Gala 2024, SiTara’s Story

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Colour in Canberra

A journey through conversations and business expo


Auditorium, Research School of Physics, ANU

SiTara’s Story and ANU Women Alumni Network are collaborating to present a 1-day Business Expo, on 25 February 2024 at the ANU, ACT. The Conference will be a highlight of the 2024 International Women’s Day week in Canberra in line with the International Women’s Day 2024 theme “Count Her In: Accelerating Gender Equality Through Economic Empowerment”. The Conference is proudly supported by the Canberra Women in Business.

If you are serious about starting or growing your business, the Colour in Canberra 2024 is a must-attend event for you. Meet face-to-face with leaders, network with key exhibitors, and discover new business opportunities and products right at your fingertips.

Offering trade display, opportunity to build brand proximity, panel discussions and keynotes speeches by renowned business leaders and policy makers, this Conference is open for all members of the community, highlighting women of colour in Canberra.

Hurry, you wouldn’t want to miss out, spaces are limited!

Break the barrier

This program aims to identify issues, raise awareness, and start a conversation within the community and the policymakers regarding the mental health issues among young people from multicultural communities so the intergenerational gap can be minimized. This project intends to bring the issue to the forefront of both Government as well as community discussions through a series of discussions, in-depth interviews, and more activities will be conducted within the community members. A policy paper will be drafted to address these issues. First and second-generation multicultural people, community leaders, psychiatrists, and policymakers will be involved in these activities.

For registration, click here.

Women, Find your voices!

Are you a woman from diverse backgrounds? Do you want to start a business? Do you want to improve your skills? Are you looking to connect with like-minded women in Canberra?

Are you a woman from diverse backgrounds? Do you want to start a business? Do you want to improve your skills? Are you looking to connect with like-minded women in Canberra?

This is something that will prepare you for the future! Supported by great organisations in Canberra!

Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity to develop a positive mindset and your growth skills. Limited seats are a available so registrar today by clicking the link below. Be the first to finish the course and join our expo free. See you there!

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We work to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.

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SiTara’s Story is a non-profit charitable organisation registered in Australia that believes strong women build strong communities and nations.
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Canberra chapter

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SiTara’s Story tries to create a bridge between Canberra and developing countries, especially Bangladesh, where vulnerable groups such as women and children require early education and intervention. SiTara’s Story chose to work with Bangladesh initially because UNICEF has already classified Bangladesh as a country of “high inequity”.
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