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Radio Alert, CAWLS on ABC Alice SpringsRadio Alert 🎙️⚠️ Tune into ABC Alice Springs from 4:45pm today to listen to Central Australian Women's Legal Service Inc. CLE & Policy Solictior, Julianna Marshall, discuss the life and legacy of the incredible Ruth Bader Ginsburg (aka The Notorious RBG) 🤍 Stream Online via ➡️ www.abc.net.
Vale Ruth Bader Ginsburg We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (aka The Notorious RBG) 🤍   A legal giant and passionate advocate for gender equality, she changed the legal landscape in the United States and the rest of the world 🌏⚖️   Justice Ginsburg had once said that she would like...
Tennant Creek Women’s Health Week Expo CAWLS were excited to participate in the ‘Women’s Health Week Expo’ run by the Anyinginyi Public Health team in Tennant Creek earlier this week 🎨🖐️   With the added stress corona-virus has added to everyone's lives, it’s now more important than ever to look after our overall health and well-being.
R U OK? Day 2020 ❔ Are you OK? is a question we need to ask genuinely and sincerely any time we notice the signs someone may be struggling…   Staff in various organisations across Central Australia deal with some fairly heavy topics on a frequent/daily basis...
Women’s Health Week 2020 is HERE!CAWLS were thrilled to help kick start Women’s Health Week 2020 by attending yesterday’s ‘Morning Tea for Women’s Mental Health’ ☕💕 Thank You to event organisers, Mental Health Association Central Australia, Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia NT and headspace Alice Springs, for a wonderful day out in the sun with a group of in...
Cervical Screening Tests in Alice Springs Family Planning NT are training Registered Nurses, Midwives and Aboriginal Health Practitioners to provide cervical screening tests across the Territory...
Morning Tea for Women’s Mental Health CAWLS are excited to be joining the Mental Health Association Central Australia, Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia NT and headspace Alice Springs for their ‘Morning Tea for Women’s Mental Health’, to kick start Women’s Health Week 2020 ✨Central Australian Women's Legal Service Inc.
Seniors Health and Wellness Day It was a wonderful morning out in the sunshine for the ‘Seniors Health and Wellness Day’ event ☀️A variety of organisations, activities and stalls were on display, demonstrating how many incredible, hardworking services are out there for senior Centralians.
Lockdown stresses creating first time family violence, experts say COVID-19 has created a wave of first-time victims and perpetrators, experts say…Read the full story by The Age here ℹ➡ https://bit.
‘Access to Justice in the Barkly’ Online Presentation and Q&A ‘Access to Justice in the Barkly’ ⚖️Online Presentation by Report Authors and Q&A Session📅 Friday 28 August at 9:30am ACT via Zoom🖥️ https://us02web.zoom.
Share the Dignity 'Muffin Break' Morning Tea Central Australian Women's Legal Service were thrilled to host a morning tea to support Share the Dignity with their ‘Muffin Break Lamington Muffin’ and COVID-19 appeal 🧁💕Across the country, Muffin Break Australia, will donate 50 cents from each muffin sold, straight to Share the Dignity … a delicious way to help, we must say! 😋Shar...
It’s okay to say no. It’s also okay to ask for help… It’s okay to say no.
Homelessness Week 2020 As members of the ‘Accommodation Action Group’, the Central Australian Women's Legal Service were pleased to be a part of last week’s ‘Homelessness Week’ Community BBQ 🙏Staff from various service providers had the opportunity to have a yarn with community members, share in a feed and learn about what services are doing to advocate and...
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day Supporting the children of today is investing in our future.Acknowledging and celebrating ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day’ is about learning more about this special & unique culture, empowering children to use their voice, and listening when they speak 🗣️ℹ➡ aboriginalchildrensday.com.
Twitter launches domestic violence prompt to support Aussies during COVID-19 pandemic It’s great to see organisations like Twitter participating in - and encouraging - open discussions about Domestic Violence 🙏We hope more companies and tech giants take their lead in supporting the victim/survivors of Domestic Violence ✊ℹ➡ https://bit.

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