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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Bundji Bundji partnership program

 

Overview

The Bundji Bundji partnership program provides an outreach support service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people who are involved in the youth justice system. Bundji Bundji is a voluntary program which aims to empower participants by providing culturally appropriate support and advocacy, and facilitating a sense of identity through spiritual, cultural and community reconnection.

The program provides:

The program is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people residing in the North-West region of Melbourne and in Geelong, aged 10-21 years, who are:

The program is run by Whitelion, in partnership with the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre.

Abstract adapted from Whitelion

Contacts

Bundji Bundji partnership program
13 Rossmoyne Street
Thornbury VIC 3071
Ph: (03) 9445 0770
Fax: (03) 9480 1186

Whitelion
Head Office
155 Roden Street
West Melbourne Vic 3003
Ph: (03) 8354 0800 or 1300 669 600
Email: whitelion@whitelion.asn.au

Related publications

Cowie C (2009)

Northern Bundji Bundji program.

Paper presented at the Indigenous young people, crime and justice conference. 31 August 2009 -1 September 2009, Parramatta, NSW

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Last updated: 13 August 2015
 
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