The 6th edition of the WA Indigenous Storybook, the Gascoyne edition is now released and available to read here.
June Oscar, the well-known Indigenous advocate and Chief Executive Officer of Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women’s Resource Centre at Fitzroy Crossing, presented at Kings College London on the 29 April 2015. In 2011, in an article appearing in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald June was named as one of the 50
The sun was shining. It was a beautiful Autumn day in Perth. A crew of five left PHAIWA on the train, headed for the SOSBLAKAUSTRALIA march to protest against the Barnett Government’s decision to close up to 150 remote Aboriginal communities. PHAIWA had been instrumental in drafting the Open Letter inviting
What’s cheaper? We have done the maths and worked out the cost of a McDonald’s meal for a family of 6 compared to the price of a home cooked meal. See the results for yourself. Comparison
Click here for a useful Obesity Prevention resource provided by Vic Health.
With the Public Health Bill being accepted for the second reading, it is timely for public health practitioners to provide comment, ask for additional requirements or congratulate the Health Department on the work done to date. PHAIWA has put together a list of issues you may want to consider. You
A little over seven years ago, a number of conversations were happening around the need for more advocacy in public health. From those conversations, bloomed PHAIWA. To celebrate our successes, our loyal partners and funders, the staff who have come and gone and the many great times we have been