The Mooditj Relationships project will develop, pilot and evaluate a holistic, strengths-based, culturally safe and effective, resilience and relationships education program for Aboriginal young people aged 10-14 years.
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.
The aim of the Swan Indigenous Youth Social Inclusion Project is to deliver reliable, valid and credible preliminary baseline (emic- from an Indigenous point of view) data about what contributes to the social inclusion, community engagement, employment, training and career development of Indigenous young people in the ages 15-24 in Midland and surrounding suburbs.
The Pindi Pindi Festival was deemed an outstanding success by the funding bodies involved with a wide range of activities for children and families in the Festival grounds.
This project aimed to explore the development of racial identity and related self-esteem of Aboriginal children, youth and adults across the life span.
The untimely death of an Aboriginal young person in 2016 highlighted community concern for stronger engagement with youth, demonstrated by the high rate of youth antisocial behaviour occurring in the community.