The University of South Australia is currently working on a research project which investigates the long term and complex effects of domestic violence on women's mental health, housing and employm ...Read More
The Australian Human Rights Commission is holding a consultation in Darwin on Wednesday November 13th. The topic of the consultation is Discrimination in relation to pregnancy and return to work. ...Read More
The NT Working Women’s Centre is proud to announce that the Governor General will be visiting our Alice Springs office this evening, Monday 19th August 2013. LOCAL WORKING WOMEN HONOURED BY ...Read More
ALERA NT, in conjunction with the NT Working Women's Centre, are delighted to offer our first training session for 2103 - Advocacy Training. Industrial Advocacy Training ALERA NT, in conjunct ...Read More
The Safe at Home, Safe at Work project - and the NT Working Women's Centre invite you to a free training session in Alice Springs Tuesday 9th April. Did you know that domestic violence and sex ...Read More
A helping hand for working women By Brendan Phelan (Field Reporter) (Published by ABC Alice Springs, 8 March, 2013) Women in Central Australia who hit a problem in their working lives have a ...Read More
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