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The people of Gunbalanya (on the eastern border of Kakadu National Park on the traditional lands of the Kunwinjku people in the Northern Territory) are taking charge of community safety with a home-grown program. The Gunbalanya family safety program draws on the knowledge and experience of local people and culture in developing and implementing initiatives and services to address issues such as substance use and family violence.
Commonwealth Government abstract
Gunbalanya Service Delivery Centre
GPO Box 4246
Darwin NT 0801
Ph: (08) 8979 0170
Fax: (08) 8979 0177
This video showcases the work carried out by local community members involved in the Gunbalanya family safety program in the Northern Territory. This program draws on the knowledge and experience of local people and culture in developing and implementing initiatives and services to address issues such as alcohol and other drug use and family violence. The video was produced by local Aboriginal media organisation Pintubi, Anmatjerre, Warlpiri (PAW) Media as part of a series of videos made in communities that were identified under the Council of Australian Governments' (COAG) National partnership agreement on remote service delivery.
Abstract adapted from Department of Social Services