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Racism is hurting access to health services: VACCHO

victorian health_reportRacism in health and law enforcement organisations must be addressed so Indigenous people can access the health services they need in Victoria, an advocacy group has said.

State Health Minister David Davis has launched what he claims is Victoria's first long-term Indigenous health strategy.

"The Victorian government understands that efforts to improve Aboriginal health ..

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 10:01

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Rachel Visser crowned as Miss NAIDOC Perth

NAIDOC perth_rachelStory and images supplied by Tammy Solonec

Rachel Visser, a 23 year old Noongar Yorga has been crowned Miss NAIDOC Perth 2012.

 

"It's an amazing privilege to be able to represent NAIDOC Perth," she said.

"I'm so excited about the opportunities and about getting into the community more, learning more about my culture, more from my Elders and being able to empower...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 10:01

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