Podcast

Women's Voices

Monday, 20 February, 2006

Women's Centre services for migrants and refugees

Rezwan speaks with Kathy McCullough and Sue Hohaia of the North Shore Women’s Centre. They describe the services they provide for free or very low costs in support of migrant and refugee women: a free legal service, counselling and courses including on eating disorders, returning to the workforce and processors for transformation. First b’cast 2006

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