Blog: Community

Reclaiming the Lanyon Youth Centre!
28 July 2016

During the winter school holiday program, we embarked on an exciting project to transform the Lanyon Youth Centre. Along with Ciara, who is our Senior Youth Engagement Officer, we thought it was important to give the ownership of the space to the young people, and we made sure that the young people were heavily involved in the […]

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Inclusivity through School Age Care
27 July 2016

In Australia, School Age Care is underpinned by the national framework, My Time, Our Place, which aims to assist educators to provide children with opportunities to maximise their optential and develop a foundation for future success. Inclusivity and respect for diversity are key principles of this framework.  Here, we speak with Kathleen, Geanean and Jilly, […]

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Meet a candidate: Angie Drake
5 July 2016

With elections looming at both the territory and federal levels, we were interested to meet the women candidates standing for election for the ACT Legislative Assembly, to learn a bit more about them and their priorities for the community. This week, meet Angie Drake, Labor Candidate for Brindabella.  Tell us a bit about yourself I’m a […]

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Meet a Candidate: Candice Burch
28 June 2016

With elections looming at both the territory and federal levels, we were interested to meet the women candidates standing for election for the ACT Legislative Assembly, to learn a bit more about them and their priorities for the community. This week, meet Candice Burch, Liberal Candidate for Kurrajong Tell us a bit about yourself. I moved to […]

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Meet a Candidate: Rebecca Vassarotti
22 June 2016

With elections looming at both the territory and federal levels, we were interested to meet the women candidates standing for election for the ACT Legislative Assembly, to learn a bit more about them and their priorities for the community. This week, meet Rebecca Vassarotti, Greens Candidate for Kurrajong.  Tell us a bit about yourself. I am […]

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Meet a member: Maddie Barclay
17 June 2016

This article is part of our member profile series. Our members tell us that one of the things they really love about being part of our community is getting to know like-minded women. So, each month, we’ll feature an interview with a member, so you can get to know each other a little better. Today, meet Maddie Barclay. […]

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A weekend with the family.. and without technology!
15 June 2016

This year, our winter appeal is raising money for the YWCA Clubhouse, a free learning space for young people in Tuggeranong to learn and build their confidence through technology.  Supporters can fundraise by taking on the Tech Freeze Challenge – relinquishing technology for a weekend and seeking sponsorship from friends and family for doing so. […]

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Meet a candidate: Rachel Stephen-Smith
7 June 2016

With elections looming at both the territory and federal levels, we were interested to meet the women candidates standing for election for the ACT Legislative Assembly, to learn a bit more about them and their priorities for the community. This week, meet Rachel Stephen-Smith, Labor Party Candidate for Kurrajong.  Tell us a bit about yourself. I grew […]

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Celebrating one year at Winyu Early Childhood Service
30 May 2016

Despite some rain and a chilly morning fog on Saturday, our team of educators met at the Winyu Early Childhood Service in Gungahlin bright and early. We gathered to prepare for our very first birthday event, celebrating our newest service turning one. In between hanging pieces of artwork and photos in our gallery, the significance of […]

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Meet a candidate: Elizabeth Kikkert
23 May 2016

With elections looming at both the territory and federal levels, we were interested to meet the women candidates standing for election for the ACT Legislative Assembly, to learn a bit more about them and their priorities for the community. This week, meet Elizabeth Kikkert, Liberal Party Candidate for Ginninderra.   Tell us a bit about […]

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