Indicators of Success and Wellbeing of Accomplished Urban Indigenous West Australians Project

The principal purpose of the project is to discover the meaning of success, resilience and wellbeing from the perspective of 'accomplished' urban Indigenous West Australians.

From this information, the secondary project aim is to highlight the factors that contribute to wellbeing, resilience and success, including the differences and similarities between the constructs.  A practical goal of the research project therefore, is to develop a training and education program for Indigenous children and youths who have the potential to achieve, but lack a supporting environment and key factors for their wellbeing, resilience and success in their chosen achievement domain.

The result is the Moorditj Koorlong Development Manual aimed at 14-25 year olds.

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