Arts and Letters Report, October 2018

By Jennifer Ann Davies NCWQ Arts and Letters Adviser   A profoundly moving and momentous decision was made by the Norwegian Nobel Committee, in awarding Nadia MURAD and Denis MUKWEGE the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE for 2018! The prize was for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war. Potent, […]

NCWQ Elements Living Bursary: meet our 2018 recipient!

This year’s NCWQ bursary award ceremony was one to remember. Among the many special women being recognised for their achievements and talents, was Leah Lever. Receiving the NCWQ Elements Living bursary, Leah was recognised for her achievements in a number of areas. This bursary, sponsored by Chiou See Anderson, the owner/Managing Director of Elements Third […]

NCWQ Ipswich City Council Bursaries – Tertiary

This year’s NCWQ bursary award ceremony was one to remember. Among the many special women being recognised for their achievements and talents, were Josie Roche and Sarah MacDougal. Receiving the NCWQ Ipswich City Council Tertiary bursaries, Josie and Sarah were recognised for their achievements in a number of areas. Ipswich City Council is a long-term […]

Soroptimist International Bursary: meet our 2018 recipient!

This year’s NCWQ bursary award ceremony was one to remember. Among the many special women being recognised for their achievements and talents, was Myora Kruger. Receiving the NCWQ Soroptimist International bursary, Myora was recognised for her achievements in a number of areas. Soroptimist International is a global volunteer movement working together to transform the lives […]

NCWQ The Boyce Disability Bursary: meet our 2018 recipient!

This year’s NCWQ bursary award ceremony was one to remember. Among the many special women being recognised for their achievements and talents, was Caitlyn Smith. Receiving the NCWQ Boyce Disability bursary, Caitlin was recognised for her achievements in a number of areas. Retired Senator Sue Boyce has been a long-term advocate for those with a […]