Issue 7.16 21 April 2017

Get Involved in Initial Treaty Discussions - closing 24 April 2017

South Australia is commencing initial discussions about a Treaty between the Government and Aboriginal people of South Australia. Treaty Commissioner Dr Roger Thomas would like all Aboriginal people to get involved and share their views. As a first step, all Aboriginal people of South Australia are invited to respond to three basic initial questions to help shape future stages of the Treaty process. Please click here for further information and details about how to get involved. Responses take just a few minutes and are due to the Office of the Treaty Commissioner by 5pm on Monday 24 April 2017.

DV Candlelight Vigil - 3 May 2017 (City)

Aboriginal Health Council of SA - Youth Expo - 22 June 2017

Save the Date. More information to come.

Issue 6.17 7 April 2017

6th Annual Strong Aboriginal Children's Health Expo - 19 April 2017 (City)

The Expo is an opportunity for services to engage with Aboriginal children and families in a one-stop-shop event. A carnival boulevard activity has been organised for Aboriginal families to participate in. This activity aims to encourage all participants to visit each stall and engage with each service either through an activity, information and/or giveaways.

Issue 05.17 31 March 2017

HBV Forum - 26 April 2017  west

A collaborative forum building on the success of tthe South Australian response to Hepatitis B beyond 2017.

Aboriginal Home Ownership Project - 5 May 2017

Home ownership information sessions: Richard Burton from IBA will accompany Housing SA to talk about the assistance available for potential first home buyers. For more information please click here.

Issue 04.17 17 March 2017

Stolen Generations Reparations Community Fund now open - EOI closing 24 March 2017

Expressions of Interest are now open for the Stolen Generations Community Reparations Fund.

The South Australian Government has allocated $5m to support projects or programs that will promote healing for members of the Stolen Generations, their families and the wider community. Aboriginal community organisations and their project partners are encouraged to apply online. Funding of up to $100,000 is available per project.

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