Extraordinary times call for an extraordinary event for UIA NSW Women’s Division 2021 Campaign

March 5, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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UIA NSW Women’s Division has announced an innovative concept for its 2021 Headline Event – an afternoon tea at homes across Sydney, with guest speaker Jordana Cutler on Sunday 14 March.

Jordana Cutler

In order to reignite the women of Sydney’s connection to Israel, the community and each other, the UIA Women’s Division Headline Event for 2021 will be taking place at small home gatherings with friends and family, or from the comfort of your own home. This unique and relaxed concept means women across Sydney can share afternoon tea, cocktails and refreshments while hearing from the inspirational Jordana Cutler streamed live from Israel, all in support for the People of Israel.

Jordana Cutler knows more about Facebook than Likes and ‘tags’ – she is the Head of Policy for Israel and the Jewish Diaspora at Facebook, where she has been for the past five years. Prior to this, she served as Chief of Staff at the Embassy of Israel in Washington, D.C. From 2009-2013, Jordana served in the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office as Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Advisor for Diaspora Affairs.

Originally from Washington D.C., Jordana made Aliyah in 2007 and is married with three children.

The Women’s Division 2021 Campaign will focus its support on ‘Family Matters’, a violence prevention program for Ethiopian immigrants, which works to prevent domestic violence amongst Ethiopian Olim struggling to adapt to modern gender and societal norms in Israel.

UIA NSW Women’s Division President Caroline Bolot said: “We are so excited to be bringing Sydney Jewish women back together in support of the People of Israel, after the disconnection that we all felt in 2020. We are thrilled to be hearing from our guest speaker, Jordana Cutler who will explain how she’s leading the critical fight against online hate speech and anti-Semitism. Join us for a relaxed afternoon tea with friends on Sunday 14 March to play your part in reigniting our connection with one another, our amazing community and our life-saving domestic violence prevention project in Israel.”

Despite these unusual times, UIA NSW Women’s Division will once again ensure that our community can show its solidarity and unwavering partnership for our brothers and sisters in Israel.

To book for the Women’s Division Gala Event on Sunday 14 March visit bit.ly/UIANSWWD or for more information contact 9361 4273, uiawomensdiv@uiansw.org.au

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