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Celeste Barber: A Modern-Day Leader

Celeste Barber: A Modern-Day Leader

Celeste is best known for making fun of herself and the women we supposedly aspire to be. She reminds women to embrace their own bodies unlike anything we’ve seen before. Celeste has proven that being an average and relatable woman can be just as powerful and...

Healing, support and recovery: choices for women in the regions

Healing, support and recovery: choices for women in the regions

Written by - Daphne White, Executive Manager Operations for Desert Blue Connect   In Australia, 1 in 6 women have experienced sexual assault, since the age of 15 (AIHW, 2018). During 18/19, 700 women in Western Australia reported being a victim of a recent sexual...

Men in a Woman’s World

Men in a Woman’s World

As the song goes, the world would be nothing without a woman. On that same note, it would be nothing without a man too. As a women’s network we often discuss - what more can we do for women? And we aren’t the only ones sitting down to have these conversations. There...

Sexual assault in the RRR

Sexual assault in the RRR

In 2017-18, the sexual assault victimisation rate for females in WA was 7.0 per 10,000 females, well above the 14-year average rate of 6.1 (Women’s Report Card 2019). Did you know that Western Australia has the highest rate of sexual assault in the country and was...

The Impact of Isolation

The Impact of Isolation

People in the regions have a unique set of challenges but in nearly all instances, most of them stem from ‘isolation’.

Breaking the Mould on Gender Equality

Breaking the Mould on Gender Equality

On Tuesday 15th October, the RRR Network of WA celebrated the International Day of Rural Women with more than 130 people at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre to discuss Breaking the Mould on Gender Equality. There was good food, Margaret River wine,...

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