Community Notices

–EVENTS–

View UCWB run events here

— July —

30 July 2019 –Inspiring South Australian Aboriginal Women Impacting the World

–ONGOING —

 4 September to 6 September, 27 November 27 to 29 November 2019   – Do you need your driver’s licence? (Register at Tauondi Aboriginal College)

–RESOURCES–

Shelter SA – Aboriginal patients & Housing research summary 

South Australian Native Title Services – Aboriginal Way: Issue 74

Healing Foundation – Stolen Generation school kits

City of Port Adelaide Enfield – Aboriginal Tertiary Education Scholarship

Aboriginal Family Support Services: Newsletter(Jan/Feb)

Aboriginal Family Support Services: Employment opportunities (click for further details)

YWCA Australia – Aboriginal Women’s Leadership Program

Good Shepherd Microfinance – Indigenous Money Network 

NEPORENDI Aboriginal Forum Inc – What’s on at Vine Street Centre 2019

Aboriginal Affairs Action Plan 2019 – 2020 (Reconciliation South Australia)

Three deadly families announced for ‘Deadly Family Portraits’ iView Series

–2018 RESOURCES —

Aboriginal Way Summer 2019 (South Australian Native Title Services)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescent and youth health and wellbeing 2018: in brief. (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare)

Ngaga-dji (hear me): young voices creating change for justice (Koorie Youth Council)

Review of the implementation of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

In 2017, the Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator the Hon Nigel Scullion, commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to undertake an independent review of the implementation of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (the Royal Commission).

Aboriginal Way Spring 2018  (South Australian Native Title Services)

Closing the Gap Refresh: papering over the gaps or structural reform  (Aboriginal Economic Policy Research)
“There is a real risk that a refresh of the CTG strategy, by providing an impression of government activity, will encourage the public to assume that the state has done all that it can, and that First Peoples are therefore to blame for the failure of gaps to close.”

IRCA, First Nations Peak Media Body

IRCA is proud to announce First Nations Media Australia as the new national peak body name for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media, as voted by CONVERGE delegates. We are currently developing the plan for the new name transition and official launch. [IRCA]

Your Legal Rights ‘Personal Details’

Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement and SAPOL have worked together to produce a 4 minute video to educate community around their rights when asked for their personal details by a Police Officer, their rights once arrested and the services Aboriginal Legal Rights Movements provides.

Has your centre developed a protocol for acknowledging Country?

Indigenous Business Australia (IBA)

Wiyi Yani U Thangani | Women’s voices
Australian Human Rights Commission, 2017: This website was established by June Oscar, the first Aboriginal woman appointed as  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner. The website aims to incorporate the voices of indigenous Australian women concerning their human rights.

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