UPDATED: NCWQ Call To Action due by 30 June 2021 – We are asking all members, supporters and friends of NCWQ to help us make a difference together. Our aim is to raise awareness of endometriosis and advocate for the State and Federal Governments to form a partnership to support and fund ongoing education for all girls in Queensland. Please write by 30 June 2021.Continue reading
The ATO has recently released a Tax inVoice podcast episode on Super for Women. The episode features Assistant Commissioner Sonia Corsini, with Mariam Mohammad from Money Girl, discussing an equal financial future for women in regards to the Australian superannuation system.Continue reading
Judith Parker AM was the NCWA President 2000-2003 and many of the current National Council of Women members would remember her. Judith passed recently and on behalf of the NCWQ, we would like to pass on our condolences to Judith’s family and friends, and we share with you all this story about Judith.Continue reading
From our Women of Note series, we share with you Zina Cumbrae Stewart’s (NCWQ Past President) connection to the women of Queensland, including her committee contribution in the 1920s to marriage and divorce laws.Continue reading
Harmony Day is a day to celebrate multiculturalism and the richness it brings to the Australian way of life. This year, we feature some of our members and share their views on what harmony day means to them.Continue reading
Congratulations to Kathy! NCWQ Bursary Coordinator recognised with Senior Volunteer Award received from The Order of Australia Association, Queensland Branch.Continue reading
From our Women of Note series, we share with you Irene Longman’s (NCWQ Past President) connection to the women of Queensland. If you are a descendant of Irene, we would love to hear from you.Continue reading
From our Women of Note series, NCWQ secretary, Sandy Smith interviews former NCWQ President (1979) and “Respectable Radical”, Dr Laurel Macintosh, OBE.Continue reading
We wish you and your families a very safe and happy New Year.
Thank you to all who attended our 2020 Christmas Party last weekend, which showcased and supported one of our affiliate member organisations Mummy’s Wish.
An enjoyable afternoon was had, connecting with members both new and existing, and celebrating NCWQ’s achievements over this year.
Wishing all of our followers a happy and safe Christmas, and all the best for 2021.