” In an era of fake news it was surprising that a popular breakfast news program would stop a live feed and resort to a green screen when confronted with Indigenous outrage over the comments of a few self-appointed white social media commentators from the other day. 2,100 more words
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NACCHO Aboriginal Women' Health #NWHS18 Read full Keynote Address Pat Turner CEO NACCHO @RANZCOG National Women’s Health Summit
RANZCOG National Women’s Health Summit
2 March 2018
Patricia Turner, CEO NACCHO
Keynote address “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Health”
NACCHO Aboriginal Health #CloseTheGap Press Release : Download a 10 year Review : The #ClosingTheGap Strategy and 6 Key Recommendations to #reset
“ The life expectancy gap has in fact started to widen again and the Indigenous child mortality rate is now more than double that of other children. 2,708 more words
NACCHO Aboriginal Health CEO Pat Turner 20 minute Interview with @abcspeakingout where she offers some guarded optimism and some advice for 2018.
“I think everything is so low, bottom of the scale, that 2018 can only be better in my view.
“I think that what our people and our communities have to do is just take total control of their own affairs. 1,130 more words
Season’s Greetings and a Happy New Year from the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation
On behalf of NACCHO, the Board and our staff we wish you a safe, happy and healthy festive season. 112 more words
NACCHO tribute and Bellear family thank you : #SolsLastMarch #StateFuneral for Sol Bellear AM " Remembered as a giant of a man "
” Sol was giant of a man who made a giant contribution to self-determination for our people right throughout the land , one who would now take his honoured place amongst his very honoured ancestors. 1,046 more words
NACCHO tribute to Sol Bellear AM Aboriginal activist : " Last March for Sol " and State Funeral details announced
” Sol Bellear leaves an important legacy that must be carried on by the board of NACCHO and all our members if Indigenous Australians are to ever enjoy health services and standards that other Australians take for granted. 622 more words