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International Women’s Day Websites March 3, 2010

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A History of International Women’s Day in words and images
http://www.isis.aust.com/iwd/stevens/50s60s.htm

 Women we admire
http://aww.ninemsn.com.au/slideshow_ajax.aspx?sectionid=9885&sectionname=news&subsectionid=179012&subsectionname=inpictures_womenof2000s_slide

 Profiles of Women in Science and Technology
http://www.wisenet-australia.org/profilesindex.html

The Australian Women’s Register
An initiative of The National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW) in conjunction with The University of Melbourne
http://www.womenaustralia.info/

 Office for Women’s Policy
NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet
http://www.women.nsw.gov.au/

 Rural Women’s Network
http://www.agric.nsw.gov.au/rwn/dtd/dtd-index.htm

Older Women’s Network
http://www.own.org.au/

 Bonzer!
The Online Magazine by, for and about Wise Elders
http://www.bonzer.org.au/

National Council of Women of Australia. Our site will provide you with information about NCWA and its activities in Australia.
 For more than 110 years National Council members have been making a difference in Australia. NCW New South Wales was set up in 1896. Australia was one of the earliest countries to join the International Council of Women, the world’s oldest international women’s organisation.
http://www.ncwa.org.au/

All for Women- connecting Australian Women
All for Women is an community for all kinds of every day Women to get together and chat, make friends, and get support and advice on all stages of life. From students to grandmothers and everything in between, we have something to offer everyone
http://www.allforwomen.com.au/

Women’s Network Australia
WNA Members are busy working women who love the convenience of 24/7 networking and information. It all started with a few women sharing business contacts, information and ideas. 20 years on, we’ve become the Nation’s leading networking organisation for women offering business information, online services, business education and networking events. Women united in a common goal: professional and personal empowerment.
http://www.womensnetwork.com.au/

Women’s Health Australia
Women’s Health Australia is a national research resource providing information on women’s health issues. It provides an evidence base to the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing for the development and evaluation of policy and practice in many areas of service delivery that affect women. The project is the largest of its kind ever conducted in Australia and it is gaining an international reputation for its multidisciplinary methodology.
http://www.alswh.org.au/ 

 Family Relationships Online provides all families (whether together or separated) with access to information about family relationship issues, ranging from building better relationships to dispute resolution.
http://www.familyrelationships.gov.au/

 Federal Government – Office for Women
http://www.women.gov.au

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