Professional Development

Rhythms for Resilience: A Multicultural Night of Solidarity Against Family Violence

The Zen Tea Lounge Foundation invites you to join us for a truly special event, “Solidarity Against Family Violence.” 

Together, We Stand: Solidarity Against Family Violence

Welcome to the heart of change. The “Solidarity Against Family Violence 2024” event, also known as “100 Women in Solidarity,” is a beacon of hope, a gathering where community, courage, and compassion converge.

In collaboration with esteemed partners, the Zen Tea Lounge Foundation invites you to a transformative evening of connection and action. Our mission is simple yet profound: to ignite dialogue, share stories, and cultivate solutions in the fight against domestic violence.

Why You Should Attend

  • Raise Your Voice
  • Empowerment Through Resilient Stroytelling
  • Expert Insights
  • Build Community

Our Speakers

  • Dr. Gabrielle Morrissey, CEO of Women and Children First
  • Angelique Wan, CEO of Consent Labs, and
  • Sallianne Faulkner at Bayside Women’s Shelter along other ditinguished speakers

Event Highlights

  • Taikoz Drummer: Experience the powerful rhythms of Taikoz, stirring the soul and uniting us in solidarity.
  • Multicultural Dance Performances: Celebrate diversity and unity through mesmerizing dance expressions from around the world.
  • Q&A Panel Session: Engage with experts and community leaders in a dynamic discussion on tackling domestic violence.
  • A Story of Survival: Witness the transformative journey of resilience and hope.
  • Candle Tribute to Victims: Join us in a moment of reflection and remembrance, honoring those affected by domestic violence.

More Information

Contact Trish Pham


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Face-2-Face Workshop


Friday 26 July 2024


5:40 PM - 9:00 PM

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Face-2-Face Workshop


Cabravale Diggers
1 Bartley St, Canley Vale NSW 2166


  • Cost: $126.37 (GST Included $0.58)

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