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Women in rice network

by Christine Williams, RIRDC.
As featured in the 2017 Country Web Annual.

Connecting and empowering rural women to take an active role in rice farming businesses is the driving force behind a new Women in Rice network, established by the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC)* Rice Extension team. 427 more words

Rural Women

Protect Reproductive Healthcare! Save Lives! 4/10/18

President Trump’s policies and Congress have had a disastrous affect on women and families in North Carolina, the United States and the world.  On Tuesday April 10 at 11:30 am, members and supporters of NC NOW (National Organization of Women), NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina, El Pueblo, and Population Connection join Tuesdays with Tillis Indivisible ask that Senator Tillis respond with legislative support to remedy the repressive policies which cost women their lives.   645 more words

Women

Secure your farm's financial future for today and generations to come

by Jeff Caldbeck, Dubbo
As featured in the 2017 Country Web Annual.

The Rural Financial Counselling Service (RFCS) provides free and confidential financial counselling to a range of clients who are suffering, or at imminent risk of suffering, financial hardship. 294 more words

Rural Women

Parenting: Staying connected with your teenager

As featured in the 2017 Country Web Annual.
Raising Children Network.

As teenagers (13-18 year olds) become more independent, they often spend more time away from home.  1,006 more words

Rural Women

Saturday at CSW62 - Empowering rural Women and Girls through Fair Trade

Martin Luther King, in a Christmas sermon on peace 1967 famously said “Before you finish eating breakfast in the morning, you‘ve depended on more than half the world.” Fifty years on; in today’s globalised climate more than ever before, this statement is still unequivocally true. 1,180 more words

Women's Health: social connectedness, confidence and wellbeing

As featured in the 2017 Country Web Annual.
Jean Hailes for Women’s Health

Our social connections – made up of the people we know, friends we confide in, family we belong to and the community in which we live – are so important to our overall health. 1,037 more words

Rural Women

WomenNC Celebration Highlights Coalition Work and Research - 3/8/18

Raleigh, Durham and NC NOW had the chance to participate in WomenNC’s Annual Local to Global Celebration honoring Juanita Bryant and celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8, 2018. 772 more words

Economic Justice