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.
The platform is your place, and a hub for news, knowledge, stories, tools, resources, and of course a place where people share and exchange!
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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...
There’s nothing like a brilliant story, or a good yarn. Narratives and stories can build us up to greatness and break us down. Stories are an ancient part of human beings and existence, and are a powerful agent for...
When you consider how rarely it's discussed publicly, it's hard to believe that anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. (Beyond Blue, 2018., & Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2008). The irony is, that while anxiety is a mental health...