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1st National Link-Up Conference - the success of Indigenous family tracing and reunion

 

Overview

The inaugural National Link-Up Conference was held 18-20 March 2003 in Fremantle, Western Australia. The conference focused on the Link-Up services established or enhanced as part of the implementation of recommendations from the Bringing them home report.

HealthInfoNet Cafe

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet held a mini HealthInfoNet cafe at the conference. Staff introduced conference delegates to the online information and services offered through the HealthInfoNet website. The effect of forced separation on the social and emotional wellbeing of individuals was a feature of a number of conference presentations and delegates showed particular interest in the information provided on the HealthInfoNet's Social and emotional wellbeing webpage.

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Last updated: 24 June 2009
 
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