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Kalkarindji women set sights high

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Ten Indigenous women in the remote community of Kalkarindji have successfully completed an intensive pre-evaluation study that aims to identify suitability and motivation levels in participants wanting to work in community services.

Victoria Daly Shire Council's Community Development Employments Projects (CDEP) Program designed the innovative training model to raise...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:44

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Youth program wins Child Safety Award

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A Kununurra Youth Development Program run by leading child rights agency Save the Children Australia received a Highly Commended Award during the 2012 Constable Care Child Safety Awards in Perth on Saturday night.

The state-wide awards and gala presentation ceremony at the Burswood Grand Ballroom acknowledged the positive outcomes...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:40

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