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Indigenous Hip Hop (IHH) Projects (WA)

Indigenous Hip Hop (IHH) Projects (WA)

Young people are mentored over a week to produce a song and video clip for presentation to their community, and for subsequent use and distribution in health promotion.

On day 1, using rap as the key form of engagement, young people are mentored in writing their own songs addressing key issues related to smoking in their community and incorporating the local culture and heritage.

Yarn Up 4 Change: Mental Health (Social Media - Facebook)

Yarn Up 4 Change: Mental Health (Social Media - Facebook)

Yarn Up 4 Change are encouraging our friends and families to have a yarn about mental health issues in our communities. Our vision is to break the stigma associated with Mental Health issues and empower our communities to identify issues and seek help before it becomes an issue.

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Hashtag: #YarnUp4Change

The Importance of Teaching and Learning Aboriginal Languages and Cultures (NSW Government)

The Importance of Teaching and Learning Aboriginal Languages and Cultures: On the 27th of May, 2011 the New South Wales Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the Honourable Victor Dominello MP announced in a press release that “the NSW Government will investigate how to create further Aboriginal cultural

Partners in Recovery: Coordinated support and flexible funding for people with severe and persistent mental illness with complex needs (PIR)

Partners in Recovery: coordinated support and flexible funding for people with severe and persistent mental illness with complex needs (PIR)

Partners in Recovery (PIR) aims to support people with severe and persistent mental illness with complex needs and their carers and families, by getting multiple sectors, services and supports they may come into contact with (and could benefit from) to work in a more collaborative, coordinated and integrated way.

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