Lecture: Resettlement of Immigrants in Australia from Great Lakes of Africa

GLAPD’s Dr. Nadine Schema will talk about the issues regarding the resettlement of Immigrants in Australia from Great Lakes of Africa as part of International Women’s Day Seminar. The seminar is hosted by United Nations Association of Australia NSW and co-sponsored by the Humanist Society of NSW.

The seminar will be held on Monday, 10 March 2014, at the Theaterette of the NSW State Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney.


2.00 pm. Registration

2.30 Opening MC/Convenor: Dr. Affie Adagio

Welcome to Country:  Aunty Joan Tranter, Aboriginal Elder

Opening Ceremony and Parliamentary Sponsor:  The Hon Marie Ficarra MLC, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier representing the Premier

2.45 Introduction: Valerie Weekes Past President UNAA(NSW)

3.00 Grameen Foundation:  Duncan Power

3.15 Ending Poverty for Women & Girls: Sue Conde, Past President UNWA

3.30 Resettlement of Immigrants in Australia from Great Lakes of Africa: Dr. Nadine Shema (GLAPD)

3.50 Indigenous Women in Australia: Aunty Joan Tranter – Aboriginal Elder

4.10 Palestine and Israel – A Woman’s View: Vivienne Porzsolt

4.30 Afternoon Tea. Please RSVP asapfor catering purposes

For more information, please contact: Valerie: ph: 0456 124 965 or  Affie: ph: 0421 101 163

Cost: $10 pre-payments to Peter Airey, PO Box K229, Haymarket NSW 1240