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NTCOSS eBulletin



NTCOSS eBulletin

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Northern Territory Council of Social Services newsletter


Northern Territory Council of Social Services Incorporated


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6 field of candidates who submitted proposals to deliver the Victims Counselling Scheme for 5 years from 1 July 2017, and it has now commenced providing services under the Victims Counselling Scheme. See CatholicCare NTs brochure for the Victims Counselling Scheme here. If you would like to receive further information about the Victims Counselling Scheme, please contact CatholicCare NT on (08) 8944 2000. For all other enquiries, please contact the Crime Victims Services Unit, AGD on (08) 8924 4080. Back to top NOMINATIONS OPEN: Carer Friendly Business Awards 2017 Are you a carer who has experienced amazing customer service this year? Or maybe your employer demonstrates an understanding of your needs as a carer? Say thank you to a business or individual who has gone above and beyond for carers. Nominations are now open for the 2017 Carer Friendly Business Awards. Click here for all the info. Back to top NOMINATIONS OPEN: Young Voice Competition The Young Voice Competition will help us make sure that the views of young people are part of the strategic plan (being led by NT Health but supported by all your organisations) to improve the health and wellbeing of NT children, adolescents and young adults over the next ten years. We need to hear the voice of young people in the NT about what health and happiness means to them to do that. Check out the Facebook page, or download the flyer for more information. Back to top CONFERENCE: Voices in the Family - Children, Men and Women Nine delegate sponsorships are available, in three categories, to interested parties who would like to attend the Marriage and Relationship Educators National Conference, November 22-23 2017, Melbourne. A terrific lineup of speakers including Meriam woman Professor Kerry Arabena, Dr Angela Donkin, author Timothy O'Leary, Alison Campbell Rate, and Chloe Shorten. Visit the conference website. Back to top WORKSHOP: Supporting LGBTI Inclusivity in Schools Teachers, school staff and school leaders are invited to attend these workshops which will explore: What is gender and sexual diversity? Experiences of homophobia, its impact on mental health, wellbeing and education How to adapt and implement LGBTI supportive and inclusive school strategies Click here for all the workshop details and out more about the Safe Schools Coalition here.

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