Welcome to Zonta Club of Blackall Range Inc

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EMPOWERING

WOMEN

THROUGH

SERVICE

AND ADVOCACY

PR & ADVOCACY

Zonta International, Districts and Clubs advocate at international, national and local levels about issues related to human rights and gender equality. Zonta International advocates on global issues primarily through the United Nations (UN) and Council of Europe. At the national level, Zonta Districts, Areas and Clubs take action in support of, or in opposition to, legislation on issues affecting women and girls. At the local level, Zonta clubs monitor laws and policies and their impact on women, participate by participating in hearings and public meetings with local politicians and administrators, and hosting speakers and panels to raise awareness about issues affecting women in their local communities.

 


Position Paper on Migration                                      Position Paper on Prostitution


Position Paper on Trafficking in Persons


Statement on Womens Rights and Non State Terrorist Groups


District 22 Advocacy Newsletter June 2018





-Zonta Club of Blackall Range is proud to be part of the Speak Up Now initiative, in collaboration with Quota, Rotary and Lions clubs in Maleny and the Blackall Range, uniting against Domestic Violence-


Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women is a global campaign through which Zonta clubs and districts work to prevent and end violence against women and girls in their local communities and around the world.  Learn more

 

In 2019 we approached organisations across the Range asking for permission to display Emergency Contact Phone numbers.  Pictured above is the President of Maleny Showgrounds, Winston Johnston who took 28 of the signs to put up in various locations!