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Delegates from across Australia and the Pacific gathered for the third national conference.
Some moulds need to be broken and new, better, fairer ones built from the bottom up.
Media legend Caroline Jones AO has been awarded the MEAA’s Gold Honour Badge.
The journalist and presenter wants to arm people with knowledge.
Paula Doneman believes crime reporting is powerful because it affects everyone.
From a small town to the big smoke, Shelly Horton has climbed career ladder.
WiM has drawn together top speakers for the 2019 conference.
Hear from the media industry’s top talents, develop new skills, and network.
Delegates were keen on more workshops and we have listened.
The third national conference is designed to equip, elevate, and empower.
Rachel Berger, Jenny Brockie, and Shelly Horton will speak at the third national conference.
RACV Royal Pines Resort is the perfect destination for experiencing the best of the Gold Coast.
I’m raving about national conference to everyone and will be back in 2020.
I work in one of the most remote newsrooms in Australia.
The national conference was “incredibly inspiring”.
Tips at the national conference have already improved my work.
The national conference offered the perfect opportunity to network.
The national conference allowed me the space and time to be inspired.
An opportunity to be inspired by, learn from and network.
Women in Media is thrilled with the number and quality of the applications.