A special new book of hope and healing has been written by senior Anangu men for young men, their families and communities. Tjanimaku Tjukurpa is a resource that promotes an understanding of mental health & healing. The book was created by NPY Women’s Council Ngangkari program. An Uti Kulintjaku Watiku - Clear Thinking Initiative. Written in Pitjantjatjara / English and Ngaanyatjarra / English. Find out more here: www.npywc.org.au/product/tjanimaku-tjukurpa/... See MoreSee Less
‘I learned Tjukurpa (Dreaming or Law) from going out bush with my mother and father, camping out. Going straight, in tjamu’s (grandfather’s) steps. But today it is a different generation, we are walking in a different way. Sometimes the footsteps can go wrong way.’ Tjanimaku Tjukurpa is a new book from senior Anangu men from NPY Women’s Council Ngangkari program. An Uti Kulintjaku Watiku - Clear Thinking Initiative. Written in Pitjantjatjara / English and Ngaanyatjarra / English. Find out more: www.npywc.org.au/product/tjanimaku-tjukurpa/... See MoreSee Less
If you love sport and would like to find a job in your community, the NPYWC Youth Service’s Iwara program can help! You can get qualifications in softball and football and learn about being a Sport & Recreation Officer. Speak to your NPYWC Youth Development Officer, call Brett Toll 0419 931 590 or find out more below. www.npywc.org.au/job/expressions-of-interest-iwara-program/... See MoreSee Less
This program is only open to young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from the NPY Region. Iwara is a partnership with AFL NT, Softball NT, TAFE SA and CDU that will offer qualifications in ...
The NPYWC Domestic & Family Violence Service is offering a very important position focused on the specialist therapeutic care of children and young people who have experienced trauma as a result of domestic and family violence. A degree in Social Work or related qualification / extensive experience in child centred practice and / or domestic and family violence context will be required. NPYWC provides a supportive environment with competitive, above award based salary, superannuation and salary packaging benefits. Find out more: www.npywc.org.au/job/child-youth-wellbeing-officer-fixed-term/... See MoreSee Less
I lived through DV all my childhood & it's hard not to forget it. I think I did ok by my kids but it's hard to break that cycle of abuse. Its seems to pass on into other generations. I tried my best not to put my kids through that but it wasnt easy.