We enjoyed bringing you our first anthology so much that we are doing it again for International Women’s Day 2018 – this time in podcasts. This year, we have partnered with Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation at the University of NSW chetre.org to bring a focus on women’s wellbeing.

We ask some pretty special Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and one ally for their thoughts around this year’s theme #PressForProgress http://internationalwomensday.com

Thanks for listening



Pam Greer is Educational Consultant and Lead for Weaving the Net and Strong Aboriginal Women community programs with the Education Centre Against Violence but that does not begin to describe Pam’s incredible lifetime of work. Pam has over 30 years’ experience delivering services and training to health and education workers and community members, and is one of the most highly regarded voices on domestic violence and abuse against Aboriginal women and children. Pam was inducted into the NSW Aboriginal Health Hall of Fame in 2008, the highest accolade awarded by the sector, in recognition of her lifetime commitment to violence prevention and response. Pam is integral to ECAV’s Weaving the Net and Strong Aboriginal Women programs and is a member of Aboriginal Communities Matter Advisory Group (ACMAG).


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