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Defining the indefinable: descriptors of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ cultures and their links to health and wellbeing
This literature review provides insights into what Indigenous peoples across the world describe as culture. This review was undertaken at the international level, but covers literature primarily written about Indigenous peoples from Aotearoa (New Zealand), Australia, Canada and the United States.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples believe there to be a strong link between culture, health and wellbeing. This report explores what has been written about these links. This report highlights the complicated links between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and wellbeing which operate...
This review takes a strengths-based approach to examine tobacco use in detail, specifically in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander context.
This report, commissioned by VicHealth, presents a rapid evidence synthesis on racism and child and youth health to inform policy, practice and research.
This First Nations-led and governed research report voices the experiences and recommendations of First Nations communities and service providers across Australia on family and community violence.