The Women of World Stage’s Family Wing is designed to support children and families from diverse backgrounds. Educating children and their families inspires and empowers a new generation to be more accepting, empathetic, and compassionate and foster community relationships that can last well into adulthood.
The Family Wing not only encourages women and their children to participate in enriching activities and events but their partners as well. This strengthens family bonds and community relationships, especially within CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) communities. The Family Wing supports families through all stages of life, from new and expecting parents to families with adult children.
Connecting families of diverse cultural backgrounds builds lasting relationships and empowers family members of all ages.
The Family Wing Activities are offered weekly, fortnightly, and monthly and cover a variety of topics.
Health and Wellbeing
Mental Health Talks, Health and Nutrition Talks, Weight Loss/ Weight Gain Workshops, Women Health Talks, Domestic Violence and Trauma Sessions, Environmental Issues Talks, Local/global Issues Awareness Talks, Yoga and Meditation, Mindfulness, Fitness, Sports, Story Telling, Clear Healthy Eating Classes, Beauty and Fashion Workshops, Children Play Group for Cultures and Well-being.
Job Networking Opportunities, Job Readiness Classes, Financial Planning Sessions, Technology Classes, Self Defence Sessions, Parenting Classes, Soap Making Workshops, Candle Making Workshops, Dispute Resolution Talks, Sewing Classes and Modelling Classes.
Art & Culture
Art Activities, Integrating Cultures, Cultural Awareness Activities/Events, Networking, International Women Day, Harmony Week Celebration, We Are The Power Project (Gender Equality & Women In Leadership ), Cultural Choir and Music Group, Multicultural Music Festival Event, Cultural Art Workshops, Cultural Dance Classes, Cultural Games Festival Project, Food Preserving Festival Project, Show Us Your Culture Project, Let’s Have a One Day In Your Way Project.
Police Talks, Disability Awareness Sessions and Family Law Talks