The Louisa Dunkley Network is a new women's network founded by our local federal MP, Peta Murphy, following Brittany Higgins and Grace Tames testimony and advocacy on workplace harassment and assault. While Peta was the instigator, the network is not political. The purpose of the network is to provide a forum for women to support one another, connect, share resources, and engage women who may not be otherwise connected to the local community. The area we cover is Dunkley and the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds but we welcome all who live, work or recreate in the area.
We are having our official launch on Tuesday 8th March at 7.30pm, on International Women’s Day, at RF Miles Reserve Seaford; we are grateful to the Seaford Football Club for their support in providing the venue, 38 South Seaford for supplying the food, and Officeworks Frankston for providing the stationery. Will will have a number of local women speaking, including Jodie Balyea from the Women's Spirit Project. We are expecting up to 100 local women to attend.
The event will be free with canapes provided and drinks available to purchase from the bar.
RF Miles Reserve, 17 Seaford Road, Seaford 3198 View Map
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