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New CWA president has a plan

New CWA Macquarie Group president Marjorie Blatch said the issues the organisation was campaigning for in 1922 were still being debated today. Photo: BELINDA SOOLECOMBATING rape and domestic violence will be one of the issues tackled by new Country Women’s Association Macquarie Group president Marjorie Blatch.
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In April, CWA is funding a professional development course in Dubbo to equip health professionals with the tools to support those who are or have experienced domestic violence.

Ms Blatch said the courses were part of CWA’s partnership with Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia.

“I feel very honoured to be partnered with an organisation that’s so very strong. Domestic violence doesn’t have any socio-economic barriers. It’s just in all areas,” she said.

It was 1980 when Ms Blatch first joined the CWA.

“My daughters were teenagers and I wanted my girls, my children, to grow up in a really safe environment,” she said.

The organisation campaigns for range of issues from the need to educate medical practitioners about Q fever to having notification on the length of road works.

“A lot of people have said that CWA is no longer relevant but in 1922 when we formed we were campaigning for better health, education and transport and they’re the issues we’re still debating at conferences,” Ms Blatch said.

“The government has told us ‘we get lots of letters about things but when we get a letter from CWA we know it must be a problem’.”

CWA is the largest women’s organisation with more than 10,000 members in NSW.

Ms Blatch said one of the best things about the group were the friendships and fellowships made from meeting other members.

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