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Zonta International is a leading global service organisation of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.
Zonta International envisions a world in which women’s rights are recognised as human rights and every women is able to achieve her full potential.
In such a world, women have access to all resources and are represented in decision making positions on an equal basis with men.
In such a world, no woman lives in fear of violence
Empowering Women Through Service and Advocacy
Zontians in District 23 (Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia) support a range of service projects and awards at the International, District and Club levels to help women in Australia and overseas.Read More
Save the Dates:
District 23 Conference – BENDIGO 10-12 September 2021
Nominations are now invited for District 23 positions for biennium 2022-2024. Positions sought are for Governor, Lt Governor, Treasurer, Area Directors, Vice Area 2 Director and Nominating Committee. If you’re interested, click here, scroll down to the District 23 Nominating Committee heading, and you’ll see the nomination form along with a document outlining the roles and responsibilities of each position. Nominations are due by 7 June 2021.
2024 Zonta International Convention – BRISBANE
Dates will be posted when known.
“District 23 has a Futurist. What’s that?“
In recent months, District 23 Zontians have been faced with some huge challenges. Our clubs have had to find new ways to operate through hellish bushfires and the Covid-19 pandemic. It has not been easy – but we did it. Read more about Preparing for the Future.
If you’re keen to be involved with, and support, Zonta International but don’t feel that Club membership is for you, learn how you can be involved. Click here to learn more.
Zonta is closely monitoring the COVID -19 pandemic and its impact on Zonta operations throughout District 23 and its Clubs. Clubs are finding alternative ways to keep in touch through the use of virtual meetings such as Zoom and providing regular project information using social media, largely Facebook and Twitter. The virtual meetings provide a way to actively engage with their current and new members.
Some service projects and advocacy with a particular emphasis on womens’ empowerment and the elimination of violence against women are still being undertaken. Further reference to this website and the Zonta International website continues to provide information about Zonta’s role in empowering women through service advocacy.
Thanks for your support!
From Executive Director, thanking us for our support during this first six months as the new White Ribbon Australia. Read the full letter here.