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Indigenous women conference

 

Overview

This back-to-back event with the Indigenous men conference presents a unique opportunity for women to participate in an event which is devoted to the sharing of information and the empowering of women. In today's society, Indigenous women are developing careers while maintaining a home and family life. Indigenous women are empowered to determine their future nowadays. Indigenous women play vital roles on community boards from grass roots level through to national levels. The conference is valuable for Indigenous women, support workers, Indigenous women's groups, community leaders/Elders, social workers, doctors, non government organisations, consultant, nurses, allied health workers, rural and remote health professionals and to those who are interested in 'closing the gap' in Indigenous women's health.

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Contacts

MEES Australia
675 Boat Harbour Drive
Urangan Qld 4655
Ph: (07) 4125 2347
Mobile: 0457 757 072
Fax: (07) 3054 7243

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Last updated: 26 March 2014
 
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