Celebrating International Women's Day with Inspiring Australian Women - Humanitarian Caroline Chisholm
Caroline Chisholm shaped our nation with her vision, attitudes, and relentless adherence to her solid moral code establishing the Australian adage - “a fair go for all”
Take Action and Make A World of Difference - Dr Catherine Hamlin
After answering an advertisement in The Lancet in 1958, Dr. Catherine Hamlin could not stand idly by and allow the curse of obstetric fistula to ruin the lives of the young women of Ethiopia.
Overcoming Overwhelming Obstacles - Dr Emma Constance Stone
Imagine being a highly capable, intellectual woman passionately wanting to contribute in ways that make a difference, yet knowing your choices are severely limited, imprisoned within the prudish restrictions imposed on women.
Doing What Works and Stopping What Doesn't - Mary McKillop
Mary Mackillop – a formidable Australian pioneer if ever there was one – is a great example of someone who saw the obstacles and then changed her behaviour to ensure she stayed on the road to achieving her vision.