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Every day AbSec works to support Aboriginal children, families and communities to ensure targeted care is being delivered where it’s needed most. We invite you to partner with AbSec to ensure that our work continues to thrive and grow, today and into the future.


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POSTPONED AbSec’s NAIDOC Family Fun Day 20121

Come along to celebrate our culture with performances, arts and craft, face painting, jumping castles, sausage sizzle, an Elders tent + much more. ALL FREE!

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First NSW Implementation Plan for Closing the Gap

The NSW Government and the NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Peak Organisations (NSW CAPO) have today launched the State’s first Implementation Plan under the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.

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Announcing the AbSec NAIDOC Family Fun Day Line-up

Our NAIDOC Week celebration is now less than two weeks away, and we are ready to announce the line-up for the day, including musical and cultural performers, all the exciting activities, the special guests, the food and much more!

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New Aboriginal Guardianship Support service announced

AbSec is pleased to announce that a new service will be available soon for Aboriginal children and young people on guardianship orders, their guardians and carers, to access the supports and services they need following their shift to guardianship.

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NEW Short Course: Responding to trauma – Building practical strategies and culturally safe practice

This interactive short course aims to equip workers with basic skills, knowledge, understanding, approaches and strategies to work effectively with survivors of past and current/ongoing trauma.

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National Children’s Commissioner visits AbSec

The National Children’s Commissioner Anne Hollonds visited AbSec on Friday, 14 May and spoke with a group of Aboriginal young people about their views and advice on out-of-home care and safety issues, living independently and navigating adulthood.

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Logo design competition winners: Creating a symbol to represent us

Earlier in the year, AbSec ran a logo design competition to help put together a logo for the Aboriginal Knowledge Circle, one that will represent all of us.

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Rolling out the Aboriginal Case Management Policy to community

The Aboriginal Case Management Policy (ACMP) is now in its implementation phase, with AbSec continuing to meet with the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) and other stakeholders from across NSW in order to support the rollout.

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