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Auckland Women's Centre

May 31, 2019 at 2:31 PM

From the Auckland Women's Centre

Celebrating Muslim Women

 Tuesday, 25 June, 7pm-9pm 
Freemans Bay Community Hall

Moderated by Carol Hirschfeld (Ngāti Porou)


  • Mahvash Ali
    Journalist; The Project associate producer. Twitter:@mahvashjourno
  • Fatumata Bah
    Commonwealth Young Leader; cultural intelligence advocate 
  • Latifa Daud
    5th generation Kiwi-Muslim; writer
  • Fahima Saeid 
    Advocate counsellor, Refugees as Survivors; former Medecins Sans Frontieres doctor

In the wake of the Christchurch atrocities, Muslim women in Aotearoa New Zealand have provided superb and strong leadership in national discussions regarding freedom, care and responses to racism.
Join us as we listen to four incredible high-fliers talk in-depth about different types of feminism, changing lives, and their own experiences and aspirations.

All genders welcome, NZSL interpreters provided.
Donations between zero and $20

Bookings essential to:


Back by popular demand!
We proudly present

Feminists are Funny, starring Michele A'Court  

 7pm Sunday 14 July at Q Theatre 
An important Auckland Women's Centre fundraiser!
Come and enjoy array of women, non-binary & feminist stand-up comics: 
Justine Smith, Ray Shipley, Donna Brookbanks, Lana Walters, Ruby Esther, Kura Forrester, Lucy Roche and Audrey Porne.
Tickets $45 plus booking fees, from Q Theatre.

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