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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FASD and complex trauma - A resource for educators - 2nd edition

FASD and complex trauma - A resource for educators - 2nd edition

This 2nd edition developed by the Marulu Unit fosters professional learning communities to support children and young people living with FASD.
  • Rachel Kennedy
'Design Within Country' Fashion Project

'Design Within Country' Fashion Project

This year’s collection was created at the remote community of Djugerari, 120kms east of Fitzroy Crossing on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert. For three weeks ten local and three visiting designers camped out on country and took inspiration from the magnificent surroundings and light. 
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'FASD and Me' creative artwork competition

'FASD and Me' creative artwork competition

To celebrate the creativity of people living with FASD and raise awareness of their stories, FASD Hub Australia has launched an Australia-wide 'FASD and Me' creative artworks competition.
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Baya Gawiy - Language is Culture - Miromaa Training.

Baya Gawiy - Language is Culture - Miromaa Training.

Baya Gawiy Buga yani Jandu yani u Centre have being implementing a variety of programs to ensure our languages are alive vibrant and healthy for our future generations.

  • Rachel Kennedy