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The Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network is here to CONNECT, DEVELOP and INSPIRE the wonderful women in our Rural, Regional and Remote Queensland areas.

Our role is to validate and legitimise the myriad roles of rural, regional and remote women.

QRRRWN strategic objectives are to develop the capacity of RRR women through education to overcome adversity, develop leadership and participate in decision-making.

QRRRWN uses its networks to reach RRR women and builds their capacity through:

  • Connecting by creating inclusive safe environments and providing capacity building programs
  • Networking RRR women with individuals, businesses, government and organisations
  • Inspiring RRR women to realise their potential, be influential, contribute and share their stories
  • Fundamental to our purpose is building the capacity of RRR women.


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The QRRRWN Enews - May 2019 edition is now available in your inbox and online.

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The 2019 QRRRWN annual conference is being held in Goondiwindi from 12th - 14th September 2019.

The conference committee is keen to hear from speakers and workshop presenters who are interested in presenting at the conference around the theme:

Thriving Women - Thriving Regions

We are looking for four types of speakers:

Keynote speakers - Keynote speeches are delivered to main stage plenary sessions or at breakfast or dinner functions by high profile speakers and will be allocated approximately 40 minutes although this may vary. Keynote speakers often offer to also be workshop presenters.

Workshop presenters – Sessions of breakout workshops will be approximately 60 minutes duration where delegates choose between a number of options across business, personal and creative development. These workshops are sometimes repeated to allow maximum access by delegates. They can cover topics such as business planning, digital marketing, grant writing, agriculture or politics or can be hands on practical activities such as cheese making, drawing or public speaking. A mix of serious and more light-hearted workshops will be selected from a range of experienced and also less-experienced presenters.

Youth Program - speakers and workshop presenters for the youth program will be expected to tailor their material to young women 15-20 years of age and be appropriate for the audience. Workshop duration is to be confirmed but is expected to be 40-60 minutes in length.

Spotlight speakers – are short (10 minutes) main stage plenary sessions that introduce local inspirational women or projects. They can be individual or part of a panel and they are usually conversational in style with the MC asking questions. These positions are usually offered to local delegates who would most likely be attending the conference.

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