NSW Budget Empowering the Indigenous community. Literature on engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait.
Summary. This information sheet explains our work with Aboriginal communities and some of the main agencies and service providers, and how your contribution can help to improve outcomes for you and your community.. Link to community Seek assistance from your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff wherever possible to assist you with interpreting, cultural assistance and if needed to link you with someone from the patientвЂ™s community..
The process of developing the handbook has involved consultation with communities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers, consultants, psychologists, principals and teachers. It acknowledges and celebrates different ways of working and thinking about wellbeing across cultures and communities. It speciп¬Ѓ cally acknowledges the different, often more holistic view of mental Working Together258 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice While the largest numbers of Aboriginal people are living in major cities, they account for
in Aboriginal communities and a deep commitment to the care of children on the part of community members. These strengths provide a solid basis for the Government, working in partnership with families and communities, to renew efforts to reverse these trends for the next generation of Aboriginal children. A key commitment of the Government in Keep Them Safe is to consider how вЂ¦. Local government and Aboriginal communities working together A RESOURCE KIT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Collaborate NSW is a printable resource kit and website created by Local Government NSW, with the assistance Aboriginal Land Council, AboriginalAffairs NSW and NSW Planning and Environment to encourage the inclusion of Aboriginal communities in council decision-making, вЂ¦.
The вЂWorking with CommunityвЂ™ guide has been created to assist the library profession in building mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities and to assist library staff engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities as they seek to extend and enhance their services and collections. Collaboration may вЂ¦.
community as well as potential challenges to effective intervention. The purpose of this paper is to provide departmental officers with information and advice to assist them to work effectively with children, families and other people who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. A separate practice paper, Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, is. Working with Aboriginal Communities provides advice on how to start this process and encourage a relationship with the local Aboriginal community. Observing appropriate protocols when working with Aboriginal people and their communities is critical to establishing positive and respectful relationships. Consulting with Aboriginal communities should always be seen as a two-way process, with both. The QFCC is passionate about working together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations across the child protection and family support sector. WeвЂ™re committed to addressing the issue of over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the child protection system..
28/09/2011В В· The following are various articles IвЂ™ve come across relating to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities. Some of them directly relate to community engagement, are more general and address issues we should consider. Articles available on the web. Ah Chin, W. (2005). From strategy to reality: A model for Working with Aboriginal peoples Print While this website has not been designed specifically for use by Aboriginal peoples or those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, it contains specific information about volatile substance use (VSU) issues as they relate to Aboriginal peoples.