National Talkblack 260523

National Talkblack 260523

We had:

Nicole Dwyer, Workskil Australia chief executive, talking about how Indigenous women over 30 amongst most disadvantaged job seekers, new report finds. The findings by Australia’s largest not-for-profit employment services provider found that many First Nations women were struggling to find work despite a critical skills shortage.

Zane Ratcliff, First Nations education student Australian Catholic University (ACU), talking about his journey to university, plans for the future and giving advice to other Indigenous Australian’s thinking about studying. Australian Catholic University (ACU)

Tammy Solonec, Jalngangurru healing coordinator, talking about traditional Aboriginal healing teams with Western medicine amid youth suicide crisis in WA’s north. Jalngangurru, which is managed by the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre, has partnered with the Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) and Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation to provide alternative health and well-being treatment options.

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