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Newsletter, 5 September 2022

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5 it here. Events were held, and well attended, in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs, and we released a Homelessness Week edition of Sharing the Couch with Dr Simon Quilty, who discussed the impact of overcrowding on health, and his thoughts on what it will take to close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage. The sector BBQ event in Alice Springs was well attended, as were morning teas at Casuarina Library and the Salvation Army Waterhole in Alice Springs, and a free movie screening in Katherine. In the following week, the team decamped to Canberra for the National Homelessness Conference. We were pleased to support a strong contingent of Territory SHS staff to attend (see photo above), and below you'll be able to read about their experiences from the conference. Congratulations to Katherine Womens Legal Service, Anglicare NT, Mission Australia and other local service providers, who during Homelessness Week supported Katherine clients to produce a poster describing their homelessness journeys, and were then able to present that poster to Minister Collins at the conference! You can read more about that in this Katherine Times article. We understand that the Minister intends to hang the poster on her office wall. In the media Peter spoke with Katie Woolf on Mix 1049 during Homelessness Week about the

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