Gunbalanya youth perspectives on Education

The Film project aimed at providing opportunities for students to celebrate their educational achievements and share their journeys with others.

The film project was a collaborative effort between WCE, Team Health staff and the Youth Centre (WARC), with the support of community-based film maker Curran Brown. Unfortunately, the first shoot started but was rained out. A follow up plan was put into place and individual times were set up to connect with other youth in community when and where it was suitable and comfortable for them. A total of nine youth participated in the project (five female, four male). The youth were given the option of speaking in their first language (Kunwinkju) or English. Captions in English were added to the clips at editing stage, as appropriate.

See also the following web links for more information about the project:

29 November 2017

Team Member Reflection: Terry Moore

Team Member Reflection: Terry Moore

​I joined the team in April 2016, just in time for the team meeting at Tennant Creek, where it was realised that the team needed someone to analyse the data that was being generated across the different communities.

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