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HUB Alive in June!

It has been an awesome few weeks at the Tiraapendi Wodli Hub with the men's group kicking off with a great yarn participating in the Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid course; the women's taskgroup setting their agenda for action for the next 6 months; and a group of women smashing their personal fitness goals. 

THANK YOU for everyone's sharing and participation to create a lively and creative space for Aboriginal people investing in change. Friend Tiraapendi Wodli on Facebook! 

 

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Tiraapendi Wodli is continuing to support local families to ensure they have access to accurate information about how to keep their families safe and well duing COVID-19.

Please contact us (see Contact Us page) if you or someone you are working with would like information about keeping you and your family safe and healthy and the range of supports and services available.

Resources developed by NACCHO can be accessed HERE.

 

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Kylie Wanganeen (Tiraapendi Wodli) and Deb Moyle (Red Cross) represented TW at workshops and other sessions at the ChangeFest19 conference in Mt Druitt (NSW) in November.

The theme of the conference was 'Walk with us - Making change together'. Please have a chat with Kylie or Deb if you would like to know more about the conference and who they met there.

Information about ChangeFest19 HERE

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Rosemary (Rosey) Agius who sadly passed away during 2019 was nominated by Tiraapendi Wodli for the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2019 Port Adelaide Enfield Award ceremony. Rosey's family were very proud to receive this award for Rosey - acknowledging her formidable advocacy for the education of Aboriginal children over many years.

More information about all award winners (and nominees) will be posted to this page soon.

 

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Launched a week ago, the 50words map aims to showcase the diversity of Indigenous languages, starting with 50 words (or fewer, if more words aren't available). There are 15 languages, including Kaurna, and the hope is to include every Indigenous language.

The 50 words project is an Internationa Year of Indigenous Languages initiative of the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne.

Read the full SMH story HERE

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PAE Youth is all about connecting young people with the latest programs, activities and events within the Port Adelaide Enfield community.

The PAE Youth Facebook page keeps you up to date with activities to get involved in (such as during school holidays) and other traineeship and skills development opportunities.

Connect with PAE Youth HERE 

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Tiraapendi Wodli has launched its first short video - profiling some of the key programs for Aboriginal community members to get involved in.

If you would like to join an Aboriginal men's or women's health, fitness and wellbeing program - go to the 'Programs' page on this website to find out more.

And you are always welcome to drop into the Tiraapendi Wodli Community Hub - We would love to see you!

View video HERE

The 2019 National Reconciliation Week theme is Grounded in Truth - Walk Together with Courage.

To foster positive race relations, our relationship must be grounded in a foundation of truth.

To learn more about reconciliation, have a look at the Reconciliation SA website HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

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