SUPPORTING LEADER’S & PRACTITIONER’S IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
World Central Peer Support Network
The Central Axis
The Central Axis is the World Central Peer Support Network. It is a reference point for all people based in, or working with, remote Indigenous communities across Australia; or for those interested in getting involved or learning more.
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Introduction World Central conducted the pilot research with the aim of gaining greater insight into the experiences of leaders and practitioners, who deliver primary health, education, essential and community services and development in remote Indigenous communities...
An Australian organisation helping support workers in remote Indigenous communities, has used its key-note address at the Queensland Rural Medical Family Network AGM this month, to help build resilience in the bush. World Central Founder, Shelley Madden delivered the...
In the beginning, what motivated you to work and live in remote Indigenous communities? I came to Central Australia for the first time in July 2007. I was working in Buenos Aires University teaching photography to young people and went to visit my boyfriend Be, who...