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Victorian Honour Roll of Woman
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History

The Victorian Honour Roll of Women was established in 2001 to recognise the achievements of women from the Australian state of Victoria. The Honour Roll was established as part of the celebrations of Victoria's Centenary of Federation.

Notes

  • The Victorian Indigenous Honour Roll was inaugurated in 2012 with twenty initial inductees. The Honour Roll recognises 'Indigenous Victorians (currently living or who have lived in Victoria) who:

    • have had a significant influence that has instigated change for the betterment of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in a particular field,
    • or, have made lasting contributions that have benefitted the Indigenous and non-Indigenous community across Victoria, Australia or internationally.

    Source: Victorian Department of Planning and Community Development website, http://www.dpcd.vic.gov.au/
    Sighted: 20/021/2012

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Works About this Award

Woman of Honour Liina Flynn , 2017 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 22 March no. 647 2017; (p. 16)
'When she found out that she'd been included in the 2017 Victorian Honour Roll of Women, performer, musician and educator Dr Lou Bennett thought it was a practical joke.'
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