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Creating Space Project

From ordinary women, come stories that are real and inspiring.

Ruth Nelson, a psychologist, asks women to share a story from their lives.

Together, they explore that story to uncover their personal values and beliefs.

Every person you see has a story. This podcast is about taking the time to listen.

Dec 11, 2018

Kim works in town during the week and on the family farm on weekends. Her family are trying to keep some of their cattle alive during the drought.

Resilience is a complicated business. It is the quality of bouncing back, surviving or thriving, and is revealed in hard times.

Kim is the embodiment of resilience. She...

Dec 3, 2018

Amid the bustle and kindness of the Baradine Country Women's Association hall, Isabelle took time away from volunteering to talk to the Creating Space Project. 

Isabelle’s mum, Julia, tells a story about running away to her grandmother’s house whenever she needed a break.

Isabelle, confident and insightful, uses...

Nov 20, 2018

“I am the fourth generation of incredibly strong women.”

When Julia was four years old, she was run over by the family car and pronounced dead. Somehow, she was revived and recovered from the incident without lasting harm.

Julia Baird is the daughter of Nea Worrell, the amazing woman integral to the Drought Pantry...

Nov 6, 2018

The Baradine Country Women’s Association is 90 years old. At the moment, its hall is full of supplies and vouchers, donated from around NSW and Queensland to support farmers and to try and keep the local shops alive.


Nea Worrell, part of a family with five generations in the CWA, talks to the Creating Space Project...

Oct 31, 2018

When you interview someone at the Risk and Dare youth justice conference, held in a high school, it's tough finding a quiet spot, especially when you only have 10 minutes...

Elise talks about being moved by the story of two women who arrived in Australia as refugees. 

“The refugees I’ve encountered are so...