• 15 December 2022

    AGW Newsletter #3 (2022)

    We reflect back on this tumultuous year, welcoming the AGW executive team for the triennium (2022-2025): Professor Jaya Dantas – President; Alison Hayden – Treasurer; Dr Zeny Edwards – CIR; and Dr Iryna Khodos – Secretary. We also recount our Centenary Celebrations, including the Distinguished Panel Webinar, as well as the AGW Centenary Scholarships. Twenty AGW members are eligible to attend the Commission on the Status of Women (New York from 6 to 17 March 2023), details are in the newsletter.

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  • 11 September 2022

    AGW Newsletter #2 (2022)

    In this issue, we recount the pandemic, benefits of being a AGW member with international affiliations, as well as our what our executive team have been up to. We succeeded in our application for Special Consultative Status with the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (ECOSOC).

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  • 4 December 2020

    AGW Newsletter #3 (2020)

    As we complete one year as AGW, Shirley, Alison and I reflect on 2019-2020 and on our achievements and successes over the year. We successfully restructured from AFGW to AGW in April 2019, transitioning from a federation to a single national organization. Our constitution was revised, approved and accepted by NSW Fair Trading and the name and constitution change was registered with ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) and ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission). Our membership has grown to nearly 101 members since AGW officially commenced…

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  • 4 May 2020

    AGW Newsletter #2 (2020)

    April 25th is an important day for Australia. It is a time to remember and honour our history, and acknowledge those who have contributed, and those currently contributing, to our country’s defence. Women too have made considerable sacrifices, and have served in war efforts. From volunteer organisations building war equipment, to health care staff, to frontline service – women have showed resilience in face of disaster…

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