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2021 President’s Lunch
Thank you to all members and friends for attending
Presenters at the NCWQ Seminar "Taking Control of your Financial Independence" held 25 Nov 2021

Taking Control of your Financial Independence

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This event has been held for many years, orchestrated by Noela O’Donnell AM and supported by many loyal followers.

2021 Bursary Fundraising Morning Tea

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2021 AGM & President’s Lunch with Special Guest Speaker Senator Amanda Stoker

2020-2021 NCWQ Annual Report

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NCWQ Management Committee at the President's Lunch Nov 2021


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National Council of Women of Queensland

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Arts Report December 2021
Advisers' Reports
NCWQ Content Manager

NCWQ Arts Report: December 2021

Enjoy your holiday Music, Reading, Events and Family Celebrations! Season’s Greetings to All from NCWQ Arts Adviser, Jennifer Ann Davies in the December 2021 Art Adviser’s report.

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A message from the NCWQ President
News
NCWQ President

NCWQ President Report, Dec 2021

NCWQ President, Ms Chiou See Anderson provides an update for 2021 including a warm welcome to our new patron, Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM, Governor of Queensland and introduces the 2021-2022 NCWQ Management Committee.

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Presenters at the NCWQ Seminar "Taking Control of your Financial Independence" held 25 Nov 2021
Events
NCWQ Events

“Taking Control of your Financial Independence” Event Recap

EVENT RECAP: On 25 November 2021, NCWQ hosted our final Empowerment session for the year, inviting back three of our past presenters to wrap up our series. Caroline Snow, NCWQ’s vice president, hosted a panel discussion on how women can gain an understanding and start (or continue) their journey to financial independence. In this session, we discussed what financial independence looks like, and how to start those conversations. Since this was our last event for the year, we would like to thank our members and friends who have come along and made this a great year for NCWQ.

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Bursary Program 2022
Bursaries
Kathy Cavanagh, NCWQ Bursary Program Manager

Bursary Program 2022 Dates Released PLUS Join Team Bursary

The application dates for the 2022 NCWQ Bursary Program have been released. Additionally, Team Bursary are seeking new members to assist with coordination and selection. Team Bursary is a group about 30 strong, comprising coordinators and selection panellists. If you are interested in an inspiring time, we would love you to join our team.

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Bursary recipient, helena at Harvard Medical School
Bursaries
Kathy Cavanagh, NCWQ Bursary Program Manager

An Update from Helena Franco, Office of Women (Leadership) Bursary Recipient

The Department of Justice and Attorney General, through their Office for Women, has been a supporter of the NCWQ Bursary Program for a number of years. Four bursaries were sponsored in the 2021 NCWQ Bursary Program. Helena Franco was the recipient of the Office of Women (Leadership) Bursary.  Helena is now studying at Harvard Medical School and she has kindly provided an update on her move to the USA and her studies.  

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Amanda Cam MP guest speaker at the NCWQ 2021 President's Lunch
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NCWQ Content Manager

Thank you to all attending the President’s Lunch held 10 Nov

The National Council of Women of Queensland would like to thank all members and friends for attending the 2021 President’s Lunch at the Tattersall’s Club, 10 November. A special thank you to our guest speaker, Amanda Camm MP for Whitsunday, Shadow Minister for Women’s Economic Security, Shadow Minister for Child Protection and Shadow Minister for the Prevention of Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence.

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What We Do

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Partners and Affiliates

The NCWQ has an extensive network of partners and affiliates across the state. 

The network of these organisations enables the sharing of information, effective communication and better support across all segments of our community.

See a list of NCWQ’s affiliates and partners across the state.

What some of the bursary recipients say...

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"Being a bursary recipient has not only given me financial support but also provided me a great networking opportunity and allowed me to return my confident, self-esteem to continue my journey."
Farhana Sharmin
2018 NCWQ Senator Claire Moore bursary
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"I am most grateful to have received, in 2017, the Elements Living Bursary, sponsored by Chiou See Anderson, and the Forum Communicators bursary in 2018"
Madison Birthchnell
2018 Forum Communicators Bursary
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"Being a bursary recipient has given me the confidence to extend myself further. It has not only supported my academic studies, but it helped my work as performing artist."
Leah Lever
2018 NCWQ Ipswich City Council bursary

Frequently Asked Questions

We have two types of membershipsAffiliate and Associate.

Affiliate membership is open to any association of women, or men and women, whose constitution is consistent with that of The National Council of Women. Each such affiliated association may elect two voting delegates to the Council.

Associate Membership is open to an individual whose nomination is accepted by the Council. Associate members are represented on the Management Committee and have full voting rights at all General Meetings.

For more information on becoming a member, please visit here.

No. NCWQ has a focus on all in our society, from the young to the old. The NCWQ is actively involved in many areas impacting the life of women.

Our Advisers produce reports on matters including Ageing, Arts, Family, Children, Economics, Environment and Health.

We also have activities and support Young Women.

Yes, in conjunction with our Bursary partners, bursaries are awarded annually across a wide range of criteria. Find out more.

Yes. The NCWQ is actively involved in many areas impacting the life of women, across the whole of the state.

We also have extensive network of partners and affiliates throughout Queensland.

The network of these organisations enables the sharing of information, effective communication and better support across all segments of our community.

Yes. Our primary goals are:

Unite associates and societies of women, and of men and women, into an organisation for mutual counsel and cooperation.

Work for the empowerment of women and families and to promote equal status for women in law and fact.

Develop policies and responses on behalf of women on a state wide basis.

Act as a voice on issues and concerns of women at state and regional levels.

Link with the women of Australia and the International Council of Women through the National Council of Women of Australia and contribute to the implementation of their plans of action and policies.

How can I get involved?

1. Become a member.
2. Nominate to be part of the Management Committee or the panel of Advisers.
3. Attend NCWQ events and those of our affiliate organisations.
4. Refer issues affecting women to NCWQ.

president@ncwq.org.au

Get Involved. Contact the NCWQ President.