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Issue 09.17 24 March 2017

Zahra Foundation: Pathways to Empowerment - April 2017  east  west

Beginning in April, the Zahra Foundation are holding a 9 week course titled ‘Pathways to Empowerment’ for women who have experienced domestic violence. The course will be offered at locations in the East and West of Adelaide, and will include creative activities, financial and digital literacy, and pathways to further education or work. To register or for further information call Kelly on 0414 744 377, or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . You can also call the Zahra Foundation office on 8352 1889.

#StarWeaveJam session at Woodcroft Heights Children's Centre - 4 April 2017  south

This event involves making a star that will be included in a large installation exhibition at the Commonwealth Games in QLD next year. The purpose of the event is to bring communities together to talk about, and/or show support for ending all forms of violence. Adults and children are welcome, and there'll be lunch provided as well. 

SA Family Law Pathways Network Annual Forum - 5 May 2017  (City)

This years Forum will look at the challenges of working with domestic and family violence in a family law context. The Forum  features special keynote speaker, Arman Abrahimzadeh , 2016 Young South Australian of the Year, followed by Heidi Ehrat, Senior Research Officer (Domestic Violence) at the Coroner's Court South Australia, as well as an Panel discussion of family law experts to finalise the day. Morning tea, lunch and afters drinks/nibbles will be provided. Please advise should you have any special dietary requirements.

To register, please click onto the link on the flyer. Registrations will be administered through the Australian Institute of Social Relations ( Relationships Australia SA) on behalf of the SA Family Law Pathways Network. 

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