News & events
NAIDOC week 2016 is just around the corner, running from the 3 – 10th of July. This is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements. This year you can join us in celebrating NAIDOC Week in different ways...
Strong Stepfamilies
ECU student Emma Couzens is researching the experiences of biological parents who are living in a step-family as part of her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Honours. If you are the biological parent to a child between 5 years and 12 years of age, you have lived in your current step-family for longer than one year, and you’d like to share your story...
Domestic violence
The Federal government has launched a new $30 million ad campaign, designed to get parents, teachers and coaches to clamp down early on potentially dangerous and entrenched attitudes about violence towards women. We welcome an enhanced community awareness of domestic violence and have support services...

National Sorry Day
Moorditj Yarning has contributed a story to the 2016 West Australian Indigenous Storybook. The book showcases the many positive community based projects occurring in rural and remote Aboriginal communities. It also celebrates the people who are contributing to the social economic, health and environmental outcomes for their people...
couple on beach
Murdoch University are running a survey on couples and relationship satisfaction to learn about how people in committed relationships interact. Interested? You can take part here... More