First Nations Women Urged and Supported to Enter Federal, State and Local Government
FNELA Project Lead, Ngiyampaa, Wiradjuri and Ngemba woman Ashlee Wone joins CMR's Charles Pakana to discuss the need for First Nations women in government
A Visit to the Aboriginal-Owned Cooee Cafe in Rosebud
In Rosebud on the Mornington Peninsula, Aboriginal-owned and -operated Cooee Cafe keeps its doors open for business despite a disastrous environment for the catering and hospitaility industry.
Kerri-Lee Harding – A Proud Aboriginal Voice in Australian Media for 25 Years
Proud Bindal, Juru and Koa woman Kerri-Lee Harding - SBS/NITV Executive Producer of Radio and Podcasts - talks on Connection Matters Radio about the importance of Aboriginal voices in Australian media.
Investing in and supporting the next generation of Aboriginal women leaders
The Victorian State government is working with Aboriginal women leaders to develop a program for the next generation of leaders
Building connections to self, country and culture even through a global pandemic
Two culturally strong Aboriginal women reach out to promote and support the benefits of connection to self, culture and country
Yorta Yorta paramedic urges care, caution and adherence to guidelines
It's a different world for everyone, and Ambulance Victoria paramedic, Yorta Yorta woman Michelle Crilly tells it from her perspective
“We’re back!” Spark Health brings Wellah Women back again in 2020
Building resilience and mutual support. For Spark Health's Wellah Women program, it's all about taking COVID lockdowns in stride
COVID-19 Pandemic – A Great Time to Start a Business?
Why on earth would you choose a time of pandemic to start a new business? According to Kinaway Chair Karen Milward, it can be a perfect time.
Women Standing Strong Together in Hume City
Hume City Council transitions an important series of events for women to online delivery - and it's paying dividends.