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“It’s good to know each other, to be Kungas” interim report
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This is an interim evaluation report, produced on behalf of the Kunga Stopping Violence Program (KVSP), a throughcare program supporting Aboriginal women who have been incarcerated in the Alice Springs Correctional Centre for an alleged violent offence. It outlines the initial findings of a broader qualitative creative evaluation project that has been postponed due to the extraordinary effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The evaluation employed traditional ethnographic methods and is based on interviews conducted in February 2020 with KVSP clients (Kunga women), staff, stakeholders/service providers whose work intersects with the Kunga Stopping Violence Program, as well as participatory observation, and non-confidential documents and published reports. The findings also draw upon radio packages produced with Kunga women incarcerated in the Alice Springs Correctional Centre in 2018.
An evaluation report for the Kunga Stopping Violence Program - January 2021 https://apo.org.au/node/310643