Making Their Voices Heard. Presentation to “Leaders for Tomorrow: Rural Women Creating Change” Workshop in Davidson, Saskatchewan February 7 - 8, 2008. Joanne Havelock, Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence, Regina, and Sylvia MacBean, Journalist, Carnduff. Purposes of This Session.
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Making Their Voices Heard
Presentation to “Leaders for Tomorrow: Rural Women Creating Change” Workshop in Davidson, SaskatchewanFebruary 7 - 8, 2008
Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence, Regina, and
Sylvia MacBean, Journalist, Carnduff
Know who you represent
Have a message
A way to send message
Consider this diversity
if your audience is rural women.
Town Council, council website, council meetings, (councilors usually male)
Rural Municipality Office
Members of the Provincial Assembly and Members of Parliament constituency offices
Farm organizations, NFU
Credit Unions and Banks
Co-op stores (bulletin boards)
Post office (bulletin boards)
Fax announcements and check by phone
Can also phone newsroom or directly e-mail reporter
Rural areas get TV
Thanks for participating!