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December newsletter

The Christmas edition of our newsletter is now available. You can read it here. ..

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2014 Children’s Environment & Health Local Government Report Card Awards

The 2014 Children’s Environment & Health Local Government Report Card Awards..

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Albert Wiggan sings at WA Indigenous Storybook Launch

Albert Wiggan, who is a young leader, role model and Bardi /Nyul Nyul traditional ..

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HEALTHYSELFIE WINNERS!

PHAIWA's Healthyselfie competition has now closed. Thank you to everyone who enter..

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Bin the Spin-Round 19

Round 19 of Bin the Spin is now available. Click here to view it.

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PHAIWA Showcase Report

A little over seven years ago, a number of conversations were happening around the..

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Order your Nature Play Active School Diary for 2015!

Make sure your kids have the Active School Diary! Nature Play WA and the Departme..

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2013 Showcase Document Released

PHAIWA is pleased to announce that the 2013 Children's Environment and Health..

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Launch of the 5th edition of the WA Indigenous Storybook

The WA Indigenous Storybook, celebrating the achievements of Indigenous people fro..

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Portraying Positive Stories in Aboriginal Health

PHAIWA's Deputy Director Dr Melissa Stoneham has wriitten an article about th..

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Advocacy Toolkit 3rd Edition

The Public Advocacy Institute of WA is excited to release the 3rd edition of Advoc..

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Have your Say!

Should new Hepatitis C treatments, that can cure up to 90-95% of people, be listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS)?

 

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  • Latest Projects: Indigenous Storybook
    The 4th edition of the Indigenous Storybook was launched in December 2013.
  • Latest projects: Injury Prevention
    The Injury Prevention and Community Safety Capacity Building Project engages local government authorities to investigate the options to promote and enhance community injury prevention and community safety at a local level.
  • Media Advocacy
    The PHAIWA make regular comment to the media on issues of public health importance. Keep up with latest news here..
  • Latest Project: Bike Racks from WA Competition
    Send in a photo to PHAIWA of unusual, funky or awesome bike racks located anywhere in WA. Great prizes to be won.
  • Latest projects: Report Card Project
    The Local Government Report Card Project aims to raise the profile of children's environment and health planning strategies.
  • Capacity Building
    The PHAIWA run workshops, training and mentoring with the aim of increasing advocacy skills in health professionals.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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INDIGENOUS STORYBOOK

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MENTOR PROGRAM

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RESOURCES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT