“As a nation we’ve always got to be prepared to look in an unflinching way at our past and when we see a wrong we have got to be prepared to recognise it, name it, and act to redress it”. The Hon. Julia Gillard AC
What to do about a neighbour’s trees?
Using art to think about safety and respect in relationships.
Keeping Families Safe: Working with Men – a new initiative in the northern metropolitan region of Adelaide.
Relationships Australia SA and the Institute would like to acknowledge the Stolen Generation and to say Sorry for the past injustices Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples faced.
A group of outstanding women including Jo Willmot Practice Manager Aboriginal Services and former CEO Judith Cross are honoured.
Tuesday, 13 February marks the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. The Apology was delivered by former-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in 2008. Continue Reading
Book now for ‘Partings. The application of grief theory and models of grief in mediation’. Participants in this seminar will learn about different grief theories and grief models and will put the application of these models for non-death-related experiences in mediation to the test.
This content rich annual report shows how we are making an impact and it is aligned to our Strategic Plan 2016-21.
Relationships Australia SA staff attended the Onkaparinga Collaborative Approach Re-Commitment breakfast on Thursday 7 December at Port Noarlunga Surf Life Club.