PRONIA and Food for Thought Network join forces for intergenerational workshop in Melbourne

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PRONIA and the Food for Thought Network are joining forces to hold an interactive free workshop titled Unlocking Intergenerational Voices on Sunday, April 30 at the Greek Centre from 1.30pm.

The workshop aims to empower women to open up and share their thoughts on issues surrounding their family, community, and work environment.

Drawing on the Hellenic power of the collective, the workshop aims to use lived experience and knowledge to plan towards creating a better future for all.

The workshop is open for all women, inclusive of age, life stage, career, ability, status and profession. It is an opportunity for all generations of Greek Australians to share in a safe space.

Event Details:

  • Date: Sunday, 30 April 2023
  • Time: Registration starts at 1pm, with the workshop running from 1.30pm – 4.30pm
  • Location: The Greek Centre, Level M, Mezzanine Level, 168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne.
  • Bookings are necessary for catering light refreshments, coffee and tea.
  • You can book at: https://www.trybooking.com/CGZIR

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