Talking about women and ageing on WOW Bites!

Super excited to share the very first episode of WOW Bites featuring yours truly among some wonderful and inspiring company!

For those who don’t know about WOW Australia, you’r in for a treat. WOW, which stands for Women of the World, is an international event/project/creation/global force that brings together women from all walks of life to talk about everything and anything to do with women. It’s creative, imaginative and challenging. And so far 2 million women worldwide have taken part in gatherings in 30 countries on 5 continents.

WOW Australia was due to go ahead in early April when coronavirus put a stop to gatherings…so in true WOW style, they’ve come up with an alternative for sharing all the great content we would have got to experience at the event.

Click here to watch the first episode of WOW BItes – WOW Bites Episode 1 – featuring the following:

Lisa Mumbin discusses her work as Chair of the Jawoyn Association in the Northern Territory, the creation of the Banatjarl Strong Wumin Grup and appreciating Country during this time of crisis.
Leonie Sanderson (that’s me!) talks about fearless ageing for all and her dream to create an Age Justice movement that has older women at its heart
Stephanie Dower, shares how authentic representations of people with a disability in screen media have allowed her to fully embrace her identity and the disability community
Rebecca Vandyk In a celebration of birthing, motherhood and the miracle of human life, she worked with a team of 20 dedicated women in regional Victoria to knit a giant placenta. This would have been part of the exhibition program at WOW Australia’s about half-hour all up, so grab yourself a cuppa and settle in for some short bites of inspo!

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