Welcome to the 2020 NFAW Annual Dinner at the National Press Club on Monday 9 November, 2020. We are delighted to announce that the Guest Speaker will be Professor Helen Christensen AO, Director and Chief Scientist of Black Dog Institute (BDI).
Her address will outline the mental health challenges in a world with COVID-19. She will also share work that BDI and others are doing to address these, with particular regard to women's mental health issues and challenges in the twenty-first century.
Each ticket includes Chef’s Selection Canapes, Main, Dessert and Beverages.
It will be a wonderful and insightful night with fund-raising for our great cause (NFAW) as well as a donation to support the valuable work Black Dog Institute does in the community on mental health issues.
For more details on this event, please refer to the NFAW website, including how to attend if you are not able to travel to Canberra due to COVID - there will also be an online option.
Black Dog Institute is a proudly independent not-for-profit medical research institute affiliated with UNSW Sydney.
Sponsored by SOS
The National Foundation for Australian Women is a feminist organisation working for more than 30 years in partnership with other women’s organisations to advance and promote the interests of Australian women, record and make accessible their histories, and ensure their achievements are handed on to future generations.
NFAW is not affiliated to any political party and is independent of government.