Indigenous Women and QWWS

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Robertson, Boni
Demosthenous, Catherine
Demosthenous, Hellene
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2010
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This report is prepared for Queensland Working Women’s Service (QWWS), a community organisation that provides work-related services to women in Queensland. At the current time, there is little, if any, research on Indigenous women’s workrelated needs in Queensland. Little has been written on Indigenous working women’s experiences of work in Queensland, and even less has been written on how Indigenous women access information on their rights at work, or how they perceive work-related service organisations like QWWS. Driving this report is a commitment by QWWS to better understand the needs of Indigenous clients and to better understand how to meet those needs. QWWS considers Indigenous working women to be a priority client, and is committed to ongoing improvements to its service provision to Indigenous (and other) women across Queensland.

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© 2010 Indigenous Policy, Community Engagement and Partnerships, Griffith University. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the journal's website for access to the definitive, published version.

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