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14

Oct

2014

Can you Agvocate and Make the World a Better Place?

World Rural Women's Day 2014

 

The United Nations’ (UN) International Day of Rural Women celebrates and honors the role of rural women on October 15 each year. It recognizes rural women’s importance in enhancing agricultural and rural development worldwide. In this blog article, rural advocate Karen Tully from Charleville, Queensland ponders the question as to how rural women might all be able to make a difference to our little patch of rural and remote Australia that we call home……by using messaging on social media.  

 

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18

Sep

2014

Meet Cathie Denehy

Rural Women and NRWC Social Media E-Leaders Presenter 2014

 

The National Rural Women’s Coalition is proud to offer the 2014 Social Media E-Leaders Program to rural, remote and regional women.  Applications are currently open for this amazing 9 week course.  The NRWC is honoured to have Cathie Denehy as the presenter of this program. Cathie lives at Albany in Western Australia and loves living regionally as she gets to really connect with the environment and see its beauty every day and because of technology, her geographic location means nothing to running a successful national and international business.

 

The NRWC team caught up with Cathie and invited her to share a little more about herself.

 

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Sep

2014

Social Media E-Leaders

Wanted: Social Media Savvy Rural Women

Do you have an idea as to how you might improve your rural community using social media? Apply now for the FREE 2014 E-Leaders Social Media Program.  Apply online at http://www.nrwc.com.au/Projects/ELeadersProgram.aspx.  The program is free and applications close Thursday 25th September.

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