FWT+DP Reconciliation Action Plan Launch
This is the second RAP for FWT+DP Inc, a continuation of our commitment to building and exploring new approaches to working as an organisation toward reconciliation. It has been developed as an act of best intention and commitment to the process of reconciliation.
FWT+DP aims to identify and address specific practices and procedures where FWT+DP can improve in the areas of recognition, respect and access to service provision for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community sector workers, families and communities.
Click on the BIG ORANGE BUTTON to view training workshops available to June 2015.
Over 20 workshops to choose from to help you in your work with children, youth , families and communities.
Triple P Newsletter….February/March 2015
Apology Day 2015 Entertainment Beat boxing…Have a listen
David, a local high school student with exceptional ‘beat boxing’ talents that combined elements of the didgeridoo sounds provided entertainment throughout the Apology Day 2015 Event.
Apology Day 2015 Panel Discussion
Aunty Faye Mosely, Brendan Kerin and Annette Lavender share their very personal stories and healing journeys….that never end….experienced since Kevin Rudd’s Apology to the Australia’s Aboriginal Peoples on February 13, 2008, which acknowledged in particular the Stolen Generations. The Apology represented a public admission of the governments responsibility for the trauma, loss and separation from family, community, culture and land that the Stolen Generations have experienced, and represents an important stage of the journey of healing.
Apology Day Event
On Friday, 13 February 2015, over 350 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people came together for Apology Day at Muru Mittigar!
The Apology to Australia’s Aboriginal Peoples was delivered by then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on February 13, 2008, and acknowledged in particular the Stolen Generations. The significance of the Apology is enormous – for many the Apology represented a public admission of the governments responsibility for the trauma, loss and separation from family, community, culture and land that the Stolen Generations have experienced, and represents an important stage of the journey of healing.
It was amazing to see double the number of attendees this year. There were over 40 stalls, children’s activities, a smoking ceremony by Uncle Wes, workshops and many attendees participated in creating a Healing tree. Attendees also had the opportunity to listen to stories past and present from Local Elders and community members. We would like to thank the The Healing Foundation for funding this event, a partnership between FWT+DP and Muru Mittigar.
Posted on 24/9/2014 We are excited to announce the Father Inclusive Practice E-learning Development Series is now LIVE!
Family Worker Training + Development Programme has developed an on-line Father Inclusive Practice Learning Program that allow participants to work through four training modules at their own pace. Once you have completed the E-Learning development series we would like to learn more about your/ experience with the Father Inclusive Practice Workplace Learning Program.