The Awards for this year’s Report Card Project will be held on Tuesday 8 December. We invite anyone with interest to attend the morning and help PHAIWA in supporting our local government leader in the important field of children’s environment and health. The awards will be presented by the Western
The Australian Health Star Rating (HSR) front-of-pack labelling system is now running across the country. The Health Star Rating system was developed by the Australian, state and territory governments in collaboration with industry, public health and consumer groups. The labelling scheme aims to help shoppers easily compare similar packaged foods
Problem gambling is an emerging public health concern, with the majority of the Australian population taking part in gambling practices annually. With the diversification of gambling methods in Australia over recent decades, and its associated range of marketing strategies to promote gambling products, it is appropriate that public health policies
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On the 9th of June, PHAIWA was pleased to host a presentation from A/Professer Samantha Thomas, Principal Research Fellow at the University of Wollongong, and Distinguished Professorial Fellow at the University of Tuebingen. Attended by various government and non-government representatives, Samantha presented on the Normalisation of Sports Based Gambling in
Solidarity Online has published an excellent article about the forced closure of Aboriginal communities. You can read it here.
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