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Celebrating International Women’s Day: Honoring Multicultural Women in Great Springfield

In a vibrant celebration of International Women’s Day, the dynamic women of #Great Springfield, nestled in the heart of the cultural tapestry of Ipswich City Council, came together to commemorate this special occasion. A heartfelt thank you is extended to Shayne Neumann MP, Neetu Singh Suhag for Division 2 Ipswich City Council, David Martin: Ipswich, […]

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INTERNSHIP REPORT WEL!

Women Empowerment & Leadership (WEL) has been a transformative journey, marked by a collaboration with Rita Anwari and a pinnacle experience at the International Small Business Summit Melbourne 2023. Engaging with Dr. Nora Amath provided profound insights into project management and WEL principles in action. Practical learning on visa processes broadened my understanding of the

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The Successful Story of  WEL Interne Yewayi Mushaya from Bond University

The Journey to Parliament On the morning of Thursday, November 16th, my fellow intern Shahna Hussin, Women Empowerment and Leadership representative Prakruti Guruaj, and I embarked on a remarkable educational journey. Departing from Brisbane airport to Canberra, we were warmly welcomed by Women Empowerment and Leadership Founder Rita Anwari, marking the beginning of our exploration

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“Commending a Remarkable Event by the Women Empowerment and Leadership Association!

On the 1st of December, in observance of #InternationalHumanRightsDay and the launch of the 16 days of activism against violence targeting women, Rita Anwari Sultani, the Founder-Director of Women Empowerment and Leadership, orchestrated a compelling gathering that left an indelible mark on the cause. This impactful event brought together community leaders and relevant associations, uniting

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“Empowering Futures: Christmas Hamper Initiative for Ipswich Children’s Hospital Leadership Program”

It was a heartwarming testament to our dedication to empowering women and fostering leadership. Rita Anwari Sultani, the visionary behind Women Empowerment and Leadership (WEL), graciously stood alongside the Shayne Neumann MP Ipswich Hospital Foundation in an impassioned effort to uplift premature babies and their families. Amidst a spirited one-day fundraising drive, WEL took a

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No Fear to Speak Out!

The Women Empowerment and Leadership and Islamic Women Australia Association had the privilege of hosting a Mental Health event in Ipswich, bringing our community together. Our panel featured highly talented individuals from various communities, including the Gold Coast, Logan, and Ipswich. What made this event truly special was that two women-led associations invited men to

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My Journey,  I AM SAFE NOW!

On the 18th of August, the grand unveiling event for Women Empowerment and Leadership commenced at the esteemed Brisbane Parliament House, setting the stage for a momentous celebration of multiculturalism and the amplification of the voices of the marginalized. Lead by Women Empowerment and Leadership founder Rita Anwari the event showcased two powerful books which held the voices of countless Afghan

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“Being humble means recognizing that we are not on earth to see how important we can become, but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others.”

Women Empowerment and Leadership team was invited by Peter Russo MP – Toohey to meet our newly arrived Afghan refugees and they had a chance to share their stories with him and what their needs as new residents in beautiful Brisbane. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Rauf he discussed so many different topics within

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Women Empowerment and Leadership thirtieth workshops!

Women Empowerment and Leadership had their thirtieth workshops on Friday 30th of September at the IAAW springwood office for the Afghan women who came to Australia after 15/08/21 The workshop starts by acknowledging the country. WEL AUS founder director Rita Anwari Sultani welcomes all sisters to Australia and our workshops. She discusses the opportunity for

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