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Canberra Rape Crisis Centre - Nguru Program

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On 28 November, ANTaR ACT and Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service hosted a full-day workshop: Aboriginal Health is Everybody's Business. This presentation is about working against sexual …

On 28 November, ANTaR ACT and Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service hosted a full-day workshop: Aboriginal Health is Everybody's Business. This presentation is about working against sexual violence within the Australian Indigenous community.


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  • 1. NGURU PROGRAM “Sexual Violence is a Community Problem with Community Solutions” CANBERRA RAPE CRISIS CENTRE Working Against Sexual Violence within the Indigenous Community
  • 2. COUNSELLING & SUPPORT
    • Counselling survivors of sexual violence
    • Women, children & men
    • Supporting family members
    • Supporting the wider community
    • Crisis Support
    • Referrals & Case Management
  • 3. ADVOCACY
    • Court support
    • Advocacy with other agencies
    • Advocacy of Indigenous needs with the sexual assault services
    • Advocacy within the broader communities
  • 4. COMMUNITY SUPPORT
    • Education and Training on Indigenous
    • issues
    • Identification of key needs of the Indigenous community
    • Supporting & Debriefing with Indigenous and non-Indigenous workers
  • 5. COMMUNITY EDUCATION
    • 3 hr Community workshop
    • 1 day Workshop for non-Indigenous workers
    • 2 day workshop for Indigenous workers
    • Hear our Youth program
    • Community Protective Behaviors education program 5 years – 10years.
  • 6. REPRESENTATION
    • Meetings with politicians and bureaucrats
    • Meetings with other service providers
    • Attendance at ceremonial and public functions
    • Attendance at forums and conferences
  • 7. CONTACTS
    • Canberra Rape Crisis Centre
    • (02) 6247 8071 (Business Line)
    • Confidential Address (Central)
    • (02) 6247 2525
    • 24 Hour Crisis Support
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
  • 8. Walk against Sexual Assault and Family Violence 2006 “ Whilst communities feel shame in admitting that Sexual Violence, Child Sexual Assault/Abuse occurs in their communities, there is more SHAME when communities do nothing about it.”  

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