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Pamela's List (1998 - )



Pamelas-list was a private email list for representatives of Australian national women's peak organisations and regional women's organisations not represented nationally. The list was a primary vehicle for high level, day to day information exchange and coordination by women's organisations in Australia.

The list was first convened by the National Women's Justice Coalition in July 1998 with financial assistance from the Pamela Denoon Trust. The list is named to honour the life and work of Pamela Denoon.

Pamela's vision for the advancement of women in Australia included the hope that Australian women's organisations would, over time, work more closely together and be more supportive of each others issues and priorities.

With over 65 organisations participating, the store of messages posted to the list will be a unique resource for research in future years. The National Library of Australia has recently agreed to store the archive of pamelas-list on an embargoed basis.

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  • National Women's Round Table (1994 - )

    Pamelas-list was originally established to assist to share information in the lead up to the 1998 National Women's Round Table Meeting at Parliament House, Canberra, 19 - 20 August 1998.

    Date: 1998 -

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