NPY Women's Council

NPY Women’s Council is led by women’s law, authority and culture to deliver health, social and cultural services for all Anangu.

In 1980 NPY Women’s Council began as an advocacy body based on the need for Anangu women to have a voice and representation in conversations on land rights, policy and cultural affairs of the late 70’s and early 80’s.

NYWC is now a leader in the provision of human services in the NPY region. Proudly Anangu led, NPYWC is governed and directed by Aboriginal women across 26 desert communities in the cross-border regions of Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory – an area covering 350,000 sq km.

  1. Ninja Circus Byron Bay
  2. Mimili School Holiday Program September
  3. Ngayuku Papa (My Dog): Bluey and Big Boy
  4. How We Hunt
  5. Wingellina Softball trip to Alice Springs
  6. Mimili SHP 2012
  7. Stay In Your Community: NPYWC Health Message
  8. Health Messages and Guidance from Rene Kulitja, NPYWC. (COVID-19)
  9. Uti Kulintjaku Watiku Project: Stanley Douglas
  10. Uti Kulintjaku Watiku Project: David Miller
  11. Alpiri: Peter Mitchell 4
  12. Alpiri: Peter Mitchell 3
  13. Alpiri: Ilawanti Ken
  14. Alpiri: Niningka Lewis
  15. Alpiri: Maringka Burton
  16. Alpiri: Peter Mitchell 2
  17. Alpiri: Simon Butler 2
  18. Alpiri: Roy Yaltjangki 2
  19. Alpiri: Peter Mitchell 1
  20. Alpiri: Simon Butler 1