Become a human rights change maker!
Our Community, Our Rights offers practical training for women from Burma on human rights, making change and Australian democracy. It will be fun, interactive and enable you to make change in your world.
We need to know what’s important to you to plan the best training, so during January and February 2013 we’ll be asking women from Burma who are living, working or studying in Melbourne’s west about:
- Your experiences
- What you want to change
- Skills you need to do this
- How you like to learn
Interested in joining the discussion?
Want to get involved?
Please contact Shifrah Blustein on 9689 9588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to ring or email any time for more information.
We can come and meet you and your friends at a place and time that is convenient to you.
Our Community, Our Rights is a program for women from Burma aged between 25-35, who live, work or study in the west. Designed to build understanding, skills, confidence and action in human rights, advocacy and civic participation, the program is led by Women’s Health West with expert advice from the Migrant Resource Centre North West, Western Region Health Centre, Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, Victorian Equal Opportunity, Human Rights Commission, and the Department of Health and women leaders from Burma.