We are pleased to announce two very special upcoming events in the area of family safety and wellbeing. Continue Reading
On Saturday 11 November, Relationships Australia SA staff, family and friends will walk together in the annual Adelaide Pride March. Continue Reading
This special event brings together three internationally acclaimed family violence and child development researchers, Professor Jennifer McIntosh (Deakin University), Professor Amy Holtzworth-Munroe (Indiana University), and Professor Louise Newman (University of Melbourne).
86-year old Helen Oxenham has long fought for a monument to honour domestic violence victims and recognize her sacrifice, and with a public consultation survey launched on July 29, her vision is getting closer to reality.
Relationships Australia SA and the Australian Institute of Social Relations warmly invite you to a White Ribbon Fundraiser, the screening of “The Mask You Live In”, to support White Ribbon’s prevention programs in schools, workplaces and in the wider community. Continue Reading
RASA’s Forced Adoption Support Service (FASS) was pleased to host the launch of the book Adopted on Friday 14 July. Ms Nat Cook MP launched the event on behalf of the Hon. Susan Close MP, Minister for Education and Child Development. Continue Reading
July 28th is World Hepatitis Day. It is celebrated around the world to raise awareness about viral hepatitis; promote change in reducing transmissions; and improve access to testing, treatment and care. Continue Reading
NAIDOC Week (2-9 July) in the Riverland kicked off on a sunny Sunday (and cold) morning with a Church Service at Gerard. Continue Reading
On May 24, 2017, over 200 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates from across the country gathered at Uluru for the First Nations National Constitutional Convention. Continue Reading
PEACE Multicultural Services held a ‘Have Your Say’ Forum on 15 June to present the outcomes and insights generated from the mental health consultations held with South Australian culturally and linguistically diverse communities in April and May 2017. Continue Reading