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Back to culture



Back to culture is a two week camping, early intervention program specifically targeting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people who are coming to the attention of community Elders, police, Juvenile Justice, and other government and non-government agencies in the Northern Territory. Back to culture has been designed to address the unique issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

The aim of Back to culture is to engender a greater sense of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander identity and participation by immersing the young people in community. This then allows Aboriginal Elders working with the Brahminy team an opportunity to mentor and teach cultural practice which in turn strengthens the young person’s identity.

The Back to culture program also affords the Brahminy Team a proximity to these young people, aiding the team in determining the best course of action for that young person.

The program relies on and encourages volunteers from areas such as:

Abstract adapted from Brahminy Foundation


Brahminy Foundation
PO Box 494
Leichhardt NSW 2040
Ph: 1300 764 101
Ph: (02) 9560 5475


Last updated: 27 August 2014
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