Hubs – Leadership Networks for Women with Disabilities

[Photo – TBC]

WDV has four Leadership Networks for Women with Disabilities, which we call Hubs.

The Hubs are for women with disabilities who are interested in leadership, advocacy, human rights, and empowerment, as well as local matters impacting on the lives of women with disabilities.

The Hubs operate in four regions – Barwon, Wellington, Moira, and Warrnambool.

If you identify as a woman with a disability, and you are local to these areas, (or their surrounds), you are invited to join your local Hub.

There is no cost to join.

The following video was made by some of the members of the Barwon Hub. In the video, they talk about why they like being part of the Hub, and why the Hub is important.

Barwon Hub Video [Location – J:\Projects\Enpowering Women Projects\Local Hub network\Barwon Hub Leadership Video]

To find out more about the Hub in your local areas, please see the following:

Barwon Hub Flyer

PDF Version [Link – J:\Projects\Enpowering Women Projects\Local Hub network\4 Rural Hubs\Barwon Hub\Barwon Hub Flyer]

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Moira Hub Flyer

PDF Version

Link – J:\Projects\Enpowering Women Projects\Local Hub network\4 Rural Hubs\Moira Hub\WDV Hub Flyer – Moira

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Warrnambool Flyer

PDF Version [Link – J:\Projects\Enpowering Women Projects\Local Hub network\4 Rural Hubs\Warrnambool Hub\Warrnambool Hub Flyer]

Publisher Version

 

Wellington Flyer

PDF Version [Link – J:\Projects\Enpowering Women Projects\Local Hub network\4 Rural Hubs\Gippsland (Wellington) Hub\WDV GWH Wellington Hub flyer FINAL]

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(I think the formatting for these should look like below)

–       Barwon Hub Flyer

PDF Version                Publisher Version

–       Moira Hub Flyer

PDF Version                Publisher Version

–       Warrnambool Hub Flyer

PDF Version                Publisher Version

–       Wellington Hub Flyer

PDF Version                Publisher Version