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Paper presented at the Researching Indigenous Fatherhood in Australia Seminar. 30 October 2008, University of Newcastle
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Stewart M (2008)
‘I'm an Aboriginal Dad': An innovative collaborative community based program aimed at building the capacity of Indigenous fathers in growing up their kids.
Paper presented at the From margins to mainstream, 5th world conference on the promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental and behavioural disorders. 10-12 September, Melbourne Convention Centre