The future is uncertain for the NTWWC with the 2016 budget providing only 6 months of funding. NTWWC funding, which was due to end on 30 June, has now been extended until the 31st of Decembe ...Read More
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY WORKING WOMEN'S CENTRE (NTWWC) SEEKS YOUR SUPPORT TO STAY OPEN The NTWWC is the only source of free, specialised, industrial information and advice for vulnerable worki ...Read More
The NTWWC is having a birthday! 2014/15 is the 20th year of operations for our Centre, and we're celebrating with the release of a short film about the important work that we do here. The film wil ...Read More
We are pleased and delighted to announce that we are the first recipients of the NT Human Rights Award for Social Change! The inaugural awards ceremony was held last night and we were thrilled to ...Read More
We're very pleased to report that we raised $1013 for the Girl Rising cause at our IWD Film Nights in March. This will fund schooling for 21 girls for one year. Well done to the women of Darwin! ...Read More
Due to unforseen circumstances the Our Work Our Lives conference, which was due to be held on May 15 and 16 at the Mercure Gold Coast Resort, Queensland, has been postponed. Please visit the ...Read More
The NT Working Women's Centre warmly invites you to a special evening to celebrate International Women's Day 2014. We will be screening the film 'Girl Rising', an inspirational film about the stre ...Read More
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- NTWWC AGM 2016