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Arts and Letters Report, May 2020

By Jennifer Ann Davies, NCWQ Arts and Letters Adviser Click here for a special book preview! Queensland is blessed with space, fresh air and sunshine; thusly offering little as Host

Child, Youth and Family NCWQ Report, February 2020

2019-20 Bushfire Events It has been a devasting start to 2020 for many Australians. From September 2019 fires heavily impacted various regions across Australia. In New South Wales more than 100 fires

NCWQ Environmental Report, February 2020

By Pat Pepper Update on impact of lack of reliable water on regional communities and industries and the environment.    The Problem: In my NCWQ Environment Adviser’s Report, November 2019, I drew attention

NCWQ Arts and Letters Report, April 2020

By Jennifer Ann Davies, NCWQ Arts and Letters Adviser It was in the midst of “Mrs Wiggins Wartymelons” and the pandemic… …just as Ralphie the adopted goat was pruning the

NCWQ Health Report, April 2020

By Pat Pepper Unease During Coronavirus Over Personal  Protective Equipment Edith Cowan University in WA has recently released a study, based on their questions asked of 350 health workers –  doctors, nurses

NCWQ Environmental Report, April 2020

By Pap Pepper, NCWQ Environmental Adviser The environmental issues of two major recent occurrences, the 2019-20 bushfires and the coral bleaching of reefs in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

IWD 2020: Olivia Hargroder, Bursary Recipient

To mark 2020 International Women’s Day (#EachforEqual), NCWQ is profiling an impressive women each day in and around the 8th March. These featured young women are past NCWQ Bursary Recipients,

IWD 2020: Beth Madsen, Bursary Recipient

To mark 2020 International Women’s Day (#EachforEqual), NCWQ is profiling an impressive women each day in and around the 8th March. These featured young women are past NCWQ Bursary Recipients,

IWD 2020: Morgan Lynch, Bursary Recipient

To mark 2020 International Women’s Day (#EachforEqual), NCWQ is profiling an impressive women each day in and around the 8th March. These featured young women are past NCWQ Bursary Recipients,

Connecting women since 1905

The National Council of Women of Qld. Inc., which has been working for women in Queensland since 1905, is part of NCWA Inc. which was recognised by the Australian Government as one of three peak Women’s organisations in 2000.

How to 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. 

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