Posts for "women" tag


Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir

In this week’s interview, we find out about the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir. To learn more, we talk with the Choir’s conductor, Mr Morris Stuart. We ask Morris about how the Choir started and... read on

Uti Kulintjaku – words to express feelings

This week’s Paper Tracker Radio interview is with two women who are involved in the Uti Kulintjaku Project of the NPY Women’s Council – Renee Kulitja and Angela Lynch. For the past two years, a... read on

Mimili Women’s Fire Brigade

This week’s interview is with Tania Pompey and Tony Walker from the Mimili Community Country Fire Service. They talk about how the Mimili CFS was set up and how the women came to be involved. Tania... read on

Interview with Yanyi Bandicha and Andrea Mason

Last year, the NPY Women’s Council won Reconciliation Australia’s Indigenous Governance Award for ‘outstanding governance in an Indigenous incorporated organisation’... read on

Second interview with Hon Ian Hunter MLC

South Australia’s Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation (Hon Ian Hunter MLC) will visit the APY Lands from 6 to 9 August 2013. In this interview, Minister Hunter gives ‘advance notice’ of his plans to... read on

Program 69: Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Tjanpi Desert Weavers is a thriving social enterprise that has assisted hundreds of Anangu women to weave and sell glorious baskets and other woven works of art. Tjanpi Desert Weavers recently won the 2012 Deadly... read on

Interview with Michelle Young

Michelle Young is the Manager of Tjanpi Desert Weavers, a social enterprise that supports hundreds of Anangu women in the production of glorious baskets and other works of arts. Tjanpi Desert Weavers won the 2012... read on

Program 51: Kungka Career Conference

In this program we speak with Christine Williamson and Emma Stubbs from the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council. Earlier this year, the Council ran a three-day career conference at Yulara for about 100 Anangu... read on

Kungka Career Conference 2012

Earlier this year, 100 young Anangu women – kungka tjuta – gathered at Yulara for a three-day career conference. Speakers at the conference included Aileen Shannon from Kaltjiti and Emma Stubbs from Amata. Seventy workshops... read on

Program 19: Safe Houses for Anangu women and children

In April 2008, the Mullighan Inquiry recommended that a number of safe houses should be built on the APY Lands. In this program, the Paper Tracker talks with Andrea Mason, Coordinator of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara... read on

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