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Issue 06.17 07 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.

Issue 03.17 03 March 2017

Stolen Generations Reparation Scheme - individual applications close 31 March 2017

You may be eligible if:

  • You are an Aboriginal person; and
  • You were removed from your family as a child prior to 31 December 1975 without a court order; and
  • When you were removed your normal place of residence was South Australia; or you were removed by South Australian authorities. 

For more information contact Maria Atkins: Phone 08 8463 6533, Mobile 0466 451 651, Email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    

Closing the gap: Prime Minister's report 2017

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (Australia), 2017

This is the 9th Closing the Gap report and showcases successes being achieved across the country. This is a report card on how we, as a nation, are meeting our responsibilities in improving outcomes for our First Australians. The Closing the Gap targets address the areas of health, education and employment, and provide an important snapshot of where progress is being made and where further efforts are needed.

This report recognises changes are underway and successes are being achieved, however, progress overall nationally, is too slow. 

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