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2016 Indigenous Land Management Award: Crocodile Islands RangersIndigenous Affairs Land21st October 2016
Landcare champions, the Crocodile Islands Rangers have developed a strong relationship with Traditional Owners and the community of Milingimbi to keep the culture strong, engage the community in weed and pest management, and create a sanctuary for important bird species and turtles.
A whole town benefitting from Ryan's CDP handiworkIndigenous Affairs Education21st October 2016
Ryan Johnston recently entered the Australian Government’s Community Development Programme (CDP) as an unemployed man with few qualifications. As part of his CDP activities, Ryan started training in woodwork, found he had an aptitude for it and has built some furniture for a local grandmother and some easels for the Karratha library.
COAG Summit to address violence against women and their children: Connect.Act.ChangeOffice for Women Womens Safety COAG Advisory Panel on Reducing Violence Against Women and Their Children17th October 2016
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) will host a National Summit on Reducing Violence against Women and their Children in Brisbane on 27 and 28 October 2016.
From little things big things growIndigenous Affairs Employment12th October 2016
Ben Brown is a young man who, thanks to the Australian Government’s Community Development Programme (CDP), has gone from being unemployed to one of the youngest CDP Supervisors in the Upper Darling region of New South Wales.
Walking together through country we will grow strongIndigenous Affairs Employment Community Development Programme (CDP)10th October 2016
Over 20 participants in the Community Development Programme have contributed to a successful three day walk through the Musgrave Ranges. The 30 kilometre walk had a positive impact on the young men from the community of Amata as well as the Community Elders and Anangu Mentors who taught and bonded with them.