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Cairns-run training program that empowers “deadly women” recognised in the queensland budget statement

The success of the “Deadly Women” program run by Cairns-based not- for-profit organisation, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC) has been acknowledged in the Queensland Government’s 2023 Budget Statement. The Indigenous Women’s Leadership and Training Program, or the “Deadly Women Program” as it is more commonly known, is fostering the development and leadership potential of

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Search for “deadly women” to be recognised for their skills and experience

First Nations women from across Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory, between the ages of 18 and 55, are being encouraged to apply to join the Deadly Women’s Development and Leadership Program. With an aim to recognise these women for their learned skills and experience, and to provide pathways to sustainable employment, the “Deadly

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