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Upcoming Training Events

Trauma Informed Culturally Responsive Practice training. Dr. Karen Menzies

This is via Teams only, limited numbers.

20 March 2024

9am start

4pm finish

KiDs SAY Training

One day face-to-face training only

Parramatta

27 March 2024

9:30am start

3:30 pm finish

Trauma Informed Culturally Responsive Practice training. Dr. Karen Menzies

This is via Teams only, limited numbers.

19 June 2024

9am start

4pm finish

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Welcome to the home of Winangay Resources

We acknowledge and recognise Aboriginal peoples as the traditional custodians of Australia, always was, always is and always will be Aboriginal land.

We acknowledge and thank the Elders (past, present, and emerging) for their wisdom, courage and care of country. We acknowledge with respect the resilience, contributions and strengths of Aboriginal peoples and thank them for their guiding and showing us the way.

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Winangay acknowledges the non-Aboriginal organisations and workers who have come on the journey with Winangay and invite all organisations and workers to work in Stronger Ways with Aboriginal Kids and Families, to actively participate in reconciliation.

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Winangay Resources KiDs SAY Project, winner of the Norm Smith Publication in Social Work Research Award 2019

Who are we?

The Winangay team comprises, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal team members. Collectively the team has hundreds of years’ experience of working with Aboriginal Communities, families and children in the statutory and non-statutory context.

Consultants in their own fields the team came together to use their collective expertise to develop stronger ways of working with Aboriginal kids, families and communities. The Winangay team has worked from the heart, pro bono for over ten years, on this project.

What is our mission?

The Winangay team comprises, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal team members.

 

Our mission is to reduce the number of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal kids in the system.

Winangay believe in Families.

We believe families are the experts in their lives and that they have the knowledge, wisdom and love to work things out for their kids and family.

 

Winangay work for Stronger Ways with Aboriginal Kids and Families.

We believe all kids have a right to be with family, on country and in culture.

What do we do?

Winangay have developed assessment resources and tools which enable organisations and workers to work in stronger, trauma informed and culturally safe ways with Aboriginal kids, families and communities.

Who do we work with?

Winangay has worked with jurisdictions across Australia and with Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations and non-Aboriginal non-Government Agencies who have chosen to use the Winangay Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal resources.

What are people saying?

“The cards were deadly because you had to think first where you put it and you get to rate what you are good at.

They ask you how you look after children, what you are good at and how you go about it.”

Dawn Wallam
Prof Arney
R Weston
F Ward
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