This preliminary study aimed to test the feasibility of processes and methods of data-gathering, the reliability of youth self-report measures, and to identify the direction of effects for an evaluation of a longer-term pilot of the curriculum.
Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service submission to the Department of Premier and Cabinet consultation on Victorian Youth Strategy
This submission focuses on the rights of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children and young people involved in the criminal, civil and family law systems.
Concerns have emerged that the Uluru Statement’s call for constitutional enshrinement – or protection – of the Indigenous Voice to Parliament, is going unheeded.
This report investigates how First Nations people can receive quality health care in culturally safe ways, when presenting to hospital emergency departments.
A Delphi yarn: applying Indigenous knowledges to enhance the cultural utility of SMART Recovery Australia
The findings of this research highlight the importance of involving Indigenous peoples in the design, delivery and validation of mainstream mutual support programmes. Indigenous-led programme modifications could help improve accessibility and usefulness of mutual support groups for Indigenous peoples worldwide.
This discussion paper explains the proposals for the Indigenous Voice at the local and regional and national levels, and provides links to further information. It also provides guiding questions on issues that co-design groups are keen to explore further prior to the development of final...
Could health information systems enhance the quality of Aboriginal health promotion? A retrospective audit of Aboriginal health programs in the Northern Territory of Australia
This study identifies the potential benefits and limitations of health information systems for enhancing Aboriginal health promotion.
This position paper states the urgency of First Nations housing issues to be addressed, and presents recommendations to enable First Nations people to access better housing options, resulting in better health.
Developing and validating measures of self-reported everyday and healthcare discrimination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults
This research explores effective instruments developed to measure interpersonal discrimination against First Nations adults.