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Indigenous women and their incarceration for minor crime

Report A Report for the National Council of Women of WA Monica Viviani April 2016
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Australian Church Women Inc. National Conference
Women Empowering Change


2-5 October, 2017
At the Amora Hotel, Bridge Road, Richmond, Victoria
The full cost is $750, which does not include travel expenses.
The Conference Registration Form and further details are available from Donna Bryan. Phone: 0408361134, email: donna.bryan@aus.salvationarmy.org


2106 Essay finalists

Winning entry:
Elisabeth Anderson—Torrens Valley Christian School
Second prize award:
Jemimah Hulme—Torrens Valley Christian School

Lauren Xecanas —Moreton Bay College
Imogen Ryan-Kerr —Moreton Bay College
Elisabeth Fritz -Joughin—Moreton Bay College
Suanne Mostert —Aranmore Catholic College
India Patton —Aranmore Catholic College
Theresa Walsh —Moreton Bay College
Tenika Altena — Moreton Bay College
Shayla Young — Aranmore Catholic College
Alicia Smith —Aranmore Catholic College
Sima Akbari —Aranmore Catholic College

Congratulations to all girls who took the time to write about ‘A Christian Woman Who Has Inspired Me’.


Report of ACW Inc. 25th National Conference



Seventy-two Christian women from around the country met in Collaroy, NSW, for the biennial Australian Church Women Inc. National Conference held 7–11 September, 2015.

The five days of conference included inspiring worship, Bible Studies led by Dr Sylvia Collinson, business sessions relating to Australian Church Women Inc., an ecumenical service, informative insights into projects in NSW supported by ACW Inc., a delightful outing along the northern beaches of Sydney, a fun-filled concert, a formal dinner and evening of entertainment to celebrate 50 years of Australian Church Women, tables of books and Fairtrade items available for purchase, and an inspirationally designed prayer room to visit each day.

Devika Ukwatte from Sri Lanka was a guest at the conference as the 2015 Winifred Kiek Fellow. Devika has been the Sri Lankan representative and Vice-President of the Asian Church Women’s Conference, and she has recently become a member of the World Day of Prayer Committee in Sri Lanka. As a Winifred Kiek Fellow, Devika also visited four ACW Units during her stay in Australia.

Mrs Lynne Scott from Christchurch represented New Zealand Church Women United.



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    • Australian Church Women Inc seeks to unite Christian women across denominational boundaries, to promote peace, understanding and unity through faith and love in one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.