Annual report 2003 - 2004
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119ANNUAL REPORT 2003 - 2004 O TH ER IN FO R M A TIO N Alice Springs Ms Frances Turner Tertiary Study Award $4 000 Nhulunbuy Ms Wendy Butterworth Vocational Study Award $2 000 Palmerston Ms Sarah J Debney Tertiary Study Award $3 500 Community Engagement: Womens Priorities The Office engages with women and groups across the Territory to identify and address issues of concern to Territory women. Leadership and the recognition of womens contribution to the economic and social development of the Territory remain key concerns. Alice Springs Multicultural Community Susu Mama Program $2 400 Services of Central Australia Inc Darwin North Australian Aboriginal NAIDOC Ladies Day $1 636 Legal Aid Service Ruby Gaea Darwin Ruby Gaea Darwin $3 055 Centre Against Rape Katherine Vic River Ladies Day VRD Ladies Day $600 Remote Communities Wadeye Palngun Wurnangat Funding for a Business Support $30 000 Inc Person - as per Shared Responsibility Agreement the Territory Government has entered into with Department of Family and Community Services. Domestic Violence Community Education Campaign The Office manages the Community Education Campaign as a discrete component of the Northern Territory Government Domestic and Aboriginal Family Violence Strategy. Darwin Domestic Violence Domestic Violence Workshops $612 Community Development and Training Project (Dawn House Inc) OTHER INFORMATION
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