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Jannali Laing

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Lucy Nelson

3 weeks ago

NPY Women's Council

TEAM LEADER INTENSIVE FAMILY SUPPORT. This is a rewarding role based in one of Central Australia’s leading service organisations. The position is responsible for supervising a dedicated team and providing support in case management. Based in the Child & Family Wellbeing Service, you will work within a trauma informed framework with a strong community development focus. NPYWC offers best practice supervision, professional development and generous remuneration, leave and benefits. ... See MoreSee Less

TEAM LEADER INTENSIVE FAMILY SUPPORT. This is a rewarding role based in one of Central Australia’s leading service organisations. The position is responsible for supervising a dedicated team and providing support in case management. Based in the Child & Family Wellbeing Service, you will work within a trauma informed framework with a strong community development focus. NPYWC offers best practice supervision, professional development and  generous remuneration, leave and benefits.

4 weeks ago

NPY Women's Council

”Our culture has been passed down endlessly through the ages, by our grandfathers and grandmothers. Our families – many generations – left this behind for us: law, places, land and language, to be inherited by all those that come after them. And when we are gone, they will be for our children after us to hold and look after. This blanket came and covered over our language. But let us remember – we are not English. We are Pitjantjatjara!” Rene Kulitja NPYWC Director. This powerful image of Rene was taken by photographer Rhett Hammerton is a finalist in Australia's National Photographic Portrait prize 2020. Pitjangu (When the blanket came) – 2019
Rhett Hammerton Guardian Australia
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”Our culture has been passed down endlessly through the ages, by our grandfathers and grandmothers. Our families – many generations – left this behind for us: law, places, land and language, to be inherited by all those that come after them. And when we are gone, they will be for our children after us to hold and look after. This blanket came and covered over our language. But let us remember – we are not English. We are Pitjantjatjara!” Rene Kulitja NPYWC Director.  This powerful image of Rene was taken by photographer Rhett Hammerton is a finalist in Australias National Photographic Portrait prize  2020.  Pitjangu (When the blanket came) – 2019
Rhett Hammerton  Guardian Australia

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A powerful and worthy finalist!

Stunning and heart rending

Says so much!! Beautiful!!

Wow really wonderful!! Love it!

So nice and beautiful

Wow. So powerful.

Pjbt

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