EVENTS

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Hear from notable women around the country on topics including leadership, business, finance, wellness and culture.

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FUTURE WOMEN LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Future Women’s flagship Leadership Summit returns 7 and 8 March, 2022. Whether you choose to join the Leadership Summit in-person at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney or virtually from the comfort of your own home, there is an experience designed for you. There are also packages for corporates and groups, ideal for International Women’s Day celebrations. Secure tickets.

THE DOWNLOAD
Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss the latest news, what they're reading, watching and listening to and what's happening at Future Women. Live in the Member-Only Facebook Group.

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“In every office, worksite, courtroom and parliament, we must keep asking 'Where are the women?'

– JAMILA RIZVI, FUTURE WOMEN'S CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER

MARK YOUR DIARIES

SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER

THE DOWNLOAD: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 12PM - 1PM AEST

Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss what's making news, how it impacts women and the latest from Future Women. BECOME A MEMBER

VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR - LOVE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 8PM - 8.30PM AEST

To celebrate the launch of our latest book, Work. Love. Body. we're hosting three panels with the authors and special guests. First up is LOVE!  Join Work. Love. Body. author Santilla Chingaipe and panelists Clementine Ford and Nikki Gemmell for a stirring discussion about the impact of Covid-19 on Australian women, including relationships, dating, parenting and grief. RSVP NOW

THE DOWNLOAD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 12PM - 1PM AEDT

Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss what's making news, how it impacts women and the latest from Future Women. BECOME A MEMBER

THE DOWNLOAD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 12PM - 1PM AEDT

Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss what's making news, how it impacts women and the latest from Future Women. BECOME A MEMBER

THE DOWNLOAD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 12PM - 1PM AEDT

Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss what's making news, how it impacts women and the latest from Future Women. BECOME A MEMBER

THE DOWNLOAD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 12PM - 1PM AEDT

Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi discuss what's making news, how it impacts women and the latest from Future Women. BECOME A MEMBER

FW X HACHETTE AUSTRALIA BOOK CLUB: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 12PM - 1PM AEDT

Join Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards as they discuss, dissect, debate and delight in our monthly book club pick. In October, it's Who is Maude Dixon by Alexandra Andre. RSVP NOW & LIVESTREAM THE EVENT ON OUR INSTAGRAM!

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“Thank you for a thoroughly enjoyable, welcoming and thought-provoking event. It was the first time that I had attended an event by Future Women and I can't believe I waited this long… the FW community is a formidable force and I look forward to seeing what else is to come.”

– JO, AFTER ATTENDING THE VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH OF WORK. LOVE. BODY. 

UPCOMING

FW X HACHETTE AUSTRALIA BOOK CLUB: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 12PM - 1PM AEDT

Join Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards as they discuss, dissect, debate and delight in our monthly book club pick. To finish off the year, it's a double pick: Girls Don't Owe You Pretty by Florence Given and What A Time To Be Alone by Chidera Eggerue. RSVP NOW & LIVESTREAM THE EVENT ON OUR INSTAGRAM!

FW LEADERSHIP SUMMIT: MARCH 7 & 8, 2022, FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SYDNEY & VIRTUAL EVENT

Join like-minded professionals for two days of inspiring keynote speeches and panel discussions to learn the latest insights around modern leadership and how to apply them to your career. The FW Leadership Summit is Australia’s premier International Women’s Day event and attracts world-class speakers and changemakers so secure your tickets now. Thanks to our Presenting Partner CommBank and support from Hachette Australia and Marque Lawyers.

FUTURE WOMEN LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2021

The annual FW Leadership Summit was held in person and online in 2021 with an inspiring line-up of thought leaders, changemakers and business experts from around Australia and the world.

IWD BREAKFAST PANEL 2021

In partnership with Witchery.

Moderated by the director of the AEIF, Emily Hill, four First Nations women shared their views on gender equality in a Covid-19 world.

On the panel was Pro Vice Chancellor Indigenous UNSW and Cobble Cobble woman Professor Megan Davis, criminal defence lawyer and Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman Teela Reid and writer, artist and Gunai woman, Kirli Saunders.

WORK. LOVE. BODY. VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH

In partnership with Hachette Australia.

It wasn't the book tour we planned, but with much of Australia in lockdown it was important to celebrate. Hundreds of FW members joined editors Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi, authors Emily J. Brooks, Santilla Chingaipe and Jane Gilmore, and special guest Lisa Millar for a very special virtual event.