Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre - Women · Building · Belonging

Welcome to Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre

Marninwarntikura is a centre of inspiration that provides women and their families a place for positive change and leadership. Marninwarntikura is a Walmajarri word. ' Marnin' means 'women', 'Wanti' means 'big mobs of women' and 'Kura' means 'belonging to'. When said together, it means that women who belong to this region, these countries and each other, have come together.

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Welcome Back Everyone to Baya Gawiy!

Welcome Back Everyone to Baya Gawiy!

Danggu traditional owners, Bullen Rogers and his daughter Natalie Davey welcomed everyone back to Baya Gawiy Early Childhood Centre for 2019 with a smoking ceremony.  

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Fitzroy Crossing model, Shaniqua Shaw, takes on Melbourne Fashion Festival

Fitzroy Crossing model, Shaniqua Shaw, takes on Melbourne Fashion Festival

Shaniqua Shaw takes her modelling career to the next level in Melbourne.
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Marnin Studio is back for 2019!

Marnin Studio is back for 2019!

The Studio has welcomed some new artists to the Studio who are already showing some exceptional talent. Our regular artists were also very keen to get busy with their hands again and we have seen some beautiful new creations emerging including some stunning wall-hangings and the very popular Bush Tinsel that sold out over Christmas.
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Senator Patrick Dodson Visits Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre

Senator Patrick Dodson Visits Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre

Earlier this month, we welcomed the Shadow Assistant Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders, Senator Patrick Dodson, to Marninwarntikura.
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