Women’s work

Women’s work

Categories: Job Seekers, Pirlangimpi

Angelina Moreen is a long-time TITEB staff member. She loves hanging out with the ladies doing screen printing, making pillow cases, cushions and clothes, and going out hunting and fishing.

As a Tiwi-owned organisation, TITEB recognises the importance of women’s work and their contribution to community life. We are happy when everyone is relaxed, motivated and enjoying their time together.

Through the CDP Women’s Activities, Tiwi culture is being practiced, preserved and passed on to future generations. Women’s activities include arts, cooking, foraging and hunting.

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