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Girls Only Nights are a safe space for young women on Friday nights aged years. The space provides activities, dinner and mentoring 'big sister' relationships for the young women to form positive relationships, enhance wellbeing and increase healthy decision making. Are you a great role model for year old girls in your community? Seeking a fun weekly volunteer opportunity to learn new indoor and outdoor skills? Want to build on your leadership abilities? Seeking experience with groups of kids and collaborating with other women?
I grew up surrounded by white people — then I moved to Tennant Creek
The In Search of Safety program was developed by Red Cross to help build awareness and understanding of the real situations facing people who come to Australia to seek asylum. It aims to clarify misinformation and challenge misunderstandings surrounding asylum seekers through thought-provoking presentations, engaging group activities and enlightening real-life stories, in order to increase community cohesion and cultivate a more welcoming Australia. We are looking for a committed person to join our multicultural team in our Nightcliff offices. As our organisation is still in its start-up phase, we are seeking someone who will help us expand our volunteer workforce.
Growing up as I did in Sydney, surrounded by white people, I was taken by surprise when I first moved here — in the middle of Australia there were so many people with black skin like me. For some African migrants, this simple fact makes Tennant Creek feel familiar, a bit like home. Jane Ndove, a health policy worker with Zimbabwean roots, spent five hard years living in China as a black woman. Upon moving to Tennant Creek, she took comfort in her initial discovery of a smattering of Kenyans, Ghanaians, and Zambians forging a life for themselves in the outback.