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Applying a We Al-Li Educaring framework to address histories of violence with Aboriginal women

Posted on: 29 February, 2016
Issue: Vol 16 No 1, January 2016 - March 2016
Related to Cultural ways Family violence Social and emotional wellbeing Offender health Women

Carnes R (2015)
Applying a We Al-Li Educaring framework to address histories of violence with Aboriginal women
Geelong, Vic: Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice

This report is an evaluation of a 20-day training program run by We Al-li for Aboriginal women at the Alice Springs Correction Centre (ASCC) in September 2015. The Educaring program was contracted by the Kunga family violence program to address violence in the context of intergenerational violence with the aim of diverting a return to violence as the norm upon exit from the justice system.

The program was evaluated by Dr Roslyn Carnes of Deakin University School of Law and this report includes recommendations and provides an economic evaluation of the program.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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