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dc.contributor.authorShaw, Barbaraen
dc.subject.lcshWomen -- Northern Territoryen
dc.titleBarbara Shawen
dc.coverage.birthspatialAlice Springsen
dc.description.biographicalBarbara worked on developing the notion of women’s councils in organisations such as the Central Land Council, Tangentyere Council and the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC) where she became the deputy director. She was chairperson of the joint Aboriginal management information service and director of Centrecorp. Centrecorp an Aboriginal-controlled business company in Alice Springs provided the opportunity for Aboriginal people to be shareholders in any businesses that were developed on their land. It also aimed to aid indigenous people in expanding and developing commercial enterprise. Source: Northern Territory Women’s Register 1948-1988. (1991). (2nd ed.). Darwin: Northern Territory Women’s Advisory Council. p. 111-112.en
dc.description.occupationBusiness Womanen
dc.description.occupationWomen's Servicesen
dc.description.ethnicityIndigenous Australianen
dc.relation.localuri [Northern Territory Women's Advisory Council. Northern Territory Women's Register 1948-1988. 2nd ed. ed. Darwin: Northern Territory Women's Advisory Council, 1991.]en
dc.relation.localuri [Sykes, Roberta B., and Sandy Edwards. Murawina : Australian Women of High Achievement. Sydney: Doubleday, 1993.]en
dc.relation.incollectionTerritory Womenen
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