National Reconciliation Week 2020 asks all Australians to reflect on the part they play – whether big or small – on our journey towards reconciliation. Head to www.npywc.org.au to learn more about Anangu culture, news and achievements. Learn Pitjantjatjara words for feelings from our Uti Kulintjaku team's emotional literacy conversation cards (shop) or find an NPYWC program to support. #inthistogether#NRW2020#ReconciliationWeek... See MoreSee Less
Get in quick! Our amazing social enterprise Tjanpi Desert Weavers has some beautiful work on sale now.We're having a HUGE ONLINE SALE!!! All baskets and sculptures 40% off!!!! Click on the link below to grab a bargain and support an Aboriginal business!!
Love the awesome moves sent in to the #NPYWCYouth Dance Competition so far. Last chance to get your entries in! If you are aged 10-25 and live on the NPY Lands, video yourself dancing to Dance Monkey by Tones & I and upload it to Tik Tok, Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #NPYWCYouth ! The winner receives a $100 voucher to their local community store. Closes 31st May 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
I like to see the subdued dancing the women do and watch the men doing their dances too. Love the moves.. indigenous ones.
BUT, also if you want to dance, make or female, go for it.
I dance in my hallway with the mirror on the wall at one end so I watch the moves, and turn up the music 🎶 sometimes.
It is good for you and fun.
Stay strong, healthy and deadly.
Good luck everyone and get those dance moves happening.
We are looking for 2 Intensive Family Support Program Case Managers for our Walytjapiti team. These positions make a difference by working to support and strengthen families in order for children to remain safe, happy and protected in their families and communities. Positions are based in Aputula (Finke) and Kaltukatjara (Docker River). NPY Women’s Council offers a supportive environment with competitive, above award based salary, superannuation and salary packaging benefits. Closing Date: Sunday 31st May, 2020 FIND OUT MORE AT: www.npywc.org.au/job/case-manager-intensive-family-support-program-walytjapiti-two-positions-2/... See MoreSee Less
We are recruiting for two Case Managers, who will both be working in remote communities in the Northern Territory as part of the Walytjapiti team. One position is based in the remote community of Fink...
NEW! –Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku – Helping the brain become stronger. This practice tool helps heal and grow healthy brains through understanding brain development and healthy brain activities. Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku was developed by the NPYWC Walytjapiti team in collaboration with senior Anangu Women from NPY Women’s Council Uti Kulintjaku group. The Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku tool can help people working with children, families and carers to be more intentional with their practice and gain a deeper understanding into the importance of connection, relationships and play within their work.
Helping the Brain to become stronger - Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku. Ngukunypa Kunpuntjaku is a practice tool developed by the NPY Women’s Council Walytjapiti team to heal and grow healthy brains. The tool...
NPYWC is recruiting for 2 case workers for our Domestic & Family Violence Service. These key positions support and advocate with, and for, women and children who may be experiencing, or at risk of, domestic violence. NPY Women’s Council offers a supportive environment with competitive, above award based salary, superannuation and salary packaging benefits. Alice Springs based with travel to the NPY Lands. Closes 9am 22 May. Find out more www.npywc.org.au/job/case-worker-two-positions/... See MoreSee Less
Atunypa Wiru Minyma Uwankaraku’ Service is a domestic and family violence support and advocacy service for Aboriginal women and children living in the NPY region. The service is informed by a holist...
****PLEASE SHARE**** The APY Art Centre Collective in partnership with our friends at NPY Women's Council is hosting a blanket and jumper drive. If you have warm jumpers and blankets that you are no longer using. We'd love to put them to good use on the Lands. ... See MoreSee Less