From Bigpond News:
Aboriginal women are meeting in Canberra this week to discuss ways to improve the lives of indigenous women and their communities.
Governor-General Quentin Bryce will join summit participants on Monday to hear their stories and concerns.
The group will also meet Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin at Parliament House on Tuesday.
The women will use the summit to discuss issues including domestic violence, health, drugs and alcohol, employment and education opportunities.
International aid group Oxfam, which organised the talk-fest, says Canberra needs to listen.
'Politicians need to hear them, as they make the decisions that affect these women's lives,' spokeswoman Sabina Curatolo said in a statement.