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Our Languages Matter – Staff NAIDOC Exhibition in Darwin 7th July 2017

On Friday 7th July 2017, Relationships Australia Northern Territory Darwin Aboriginal and Islander Cultural Advisers (AICAs) – Kathy, Eddie, Valarie, Jeff & Ruth - created an...

9th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations – Feb 13th 2017

A genetic study has found that Australia has the oldest living culture in the world passed down from generation to generation for the past 40,000, confirming...

Does the brain hold the key to violence prevention? A reflection for White Ribbon Day by Lucy Van Sambeek. 25th November 2016

White Ribbon Day is all about the prevention of men’s violence against women. Men are key to this prevention project. I see men standing up to...

Thoughts on making your children’s needs a priority – September 2016

A concern that often raises its head above others is when parents, step-parents and de facto partners don’t make the needs of their own children, and...

Family Relationship Centre marks 10 years in the NT

A mediation service designed to assist families going through separation has marked ten years in the Northern Territory. Set up as one of the first fifteen...

Andrew Harkin’s Body Centred Trauma Work – September 2016

Andrew Harkin is a clear thinking practitioner with decades of experience as a GP and psychotherapist in Ireland, Europe and America. He now works at a...

Darwin staff cultural tour August 2016

The Aboriginal and Islander Cultural Advisors (AICA’s) from RA NT lead the Darwin staff on a cultural tour of Darwin which included places of importance to...

Neighbour Day (March 24th 2016)

When Neighbour Day was founded by Andrew Heslop in Melbourne back in March 2003, who would have thought that his message would take on such momentum...

A Remote White Ribbon Day Reflection – by Lucy Van Sambeek. November 2015.

White Ribbon Day was celebrated one month earlier in Wurrumiyanga, maybe it has something to do with the chances of finer weather than November, when the rains...

Exploring Anger with Women – October 2015

It takes just moments to build… a storm raging within. Someone says or does something you strongly oppose and you instantly feel the most powerful human...

NAPCAN offers timely advice on early intervention

Early intervention, particularly before the damage is too difficult to repair, was a very strong message at a recent NAPCAN breakfast attended by Relationships Australia staff....

Guest Blog – Impressions of the Territory, September 2015

The Relationships Australia National Executive Officer, Alison Brook recently visited the Territory, before she left we asked her about her impressions of the NT. Was this...