Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Erin Links

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Play School – 50 years of stories to tell

Ms Harrison is one of many professionals who have helped to shape the ongoing development of Play School to reflect new research on childhood...

Pathways to police force for Indigenous youth

On Thursday June 16, 13 young people graduated from the IPROWD (Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way) program at Sydney Tafe’s Eora College. The students are now among over 500 graduates of the highly successful learning program which supports Indigenous people to gain entry into the NSW police force.

On the road to success

WATERLOO: Weave Youth and Community Services provide a wide range of programs supporting the local community, with a focus on working with people facing disadvantage and social exclusion. Their Driving Change program aims to combat an issue that is faced by many young people – getting their licence.

Community wellbeing and cohesion Reader Profile: Ruby Riguet

Ruby Riguet’s experiences of living, working and studying in the South Sydney area have shaped her interest in advocacy and community. She’s currently in her fourth and final year of a Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Sydney in Camperdown.

Students find their place in the sun

The STUCCO co-operative is entirely self-managed and provides affordable shared housing to 40 students from the University of Sydney. The decision to switch to...

Treaty – the way forward

REDFERN: On Monday March 14 the Men Speak Out for Treaty forum was held at Redfern Community Centre, organised by the Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney. The forum was a complement to the Women Speak Out for Treaty forum held in Redfern in March 2015, and was facilitated by journalist and filmmaker Jeff McMullen.