How Valuing Creative Skills Can Lead to Empowerment for Women


Here’s a fascinating article from the Queensland Country Life. It’s called Women Need to Value Creative Skills: QRRRWN High Tea Message.

In it, Sally Cripps shares some insightful perspectives from the annual Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network high tea. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

Building strong relationships with businesses is one way women can finally start being paid properly for the work they are contributing, work that is often undervalued as ‘arty’.

Have a look at the full article for more of the author’s insights.

Read the source article at Agricultural & rural farm news