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Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements

Engage a woman from a refugee, migrant or asylum seeker background to share her story at your next corporate, educational, or International Women’s Day event.

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To date, SisterWorks has supported over 1,200 women to become socially and economically empowered. Each one of these women has her own background, culture, lived experience, and unique voice. 

Through SisterWorks’ speaking engagement program, these women receive the mentorship and media training needed to confidently share their personal stories with the Australian community.

Engage one of our speakers to join your next event and gain insight into the strength, resilience and challenges that come with migrating and building a new life in a foreign country. We guarantee they’ll make your event one to remember for all the right reasons. 

Our Speakers

From Congo to Papua New Guinea, our speakers are a diverse group of women connected by their common lived experience as women who are migrants, refugees, or asylum seekers. 

Our Clients

To date, our inspiring speakers have engaged with a wide range of organisations — including not-for-profits, corporate firms, local councils, law firms, and high schools. 

“We felt privileged to have Faith come and share her story with us. Hearing about her life and what she has overcome was really inspiring. She is a great advocate for SisterWorks and it helped us to understand how SisterWorks helps women to thrive. I would highly recommend hearing Faith’s story.” – Minter Ellison
Storytelling for virtual events

We recognise that for many, working and studying from home is the new norm. That’s why we can arrange for our speakers to share their story at either your in-person or virtual event. 

“We booked a Sister as a speaker for our Refugee Week event in 2020. Although it had to be a pre-recorded address, Sisterworks were able to work with the woman to accommodate this. It was a significant and personal sharing of her experience of seeking refuge which brought home the message and importance of Refugee Week.” – Hume City Council 
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