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New online course for First Nations fathers

A powerful new video about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fathers is the centrepiece of a new online course that breaks down dominant stereotypes and supports First Nations dads.

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Time to ask men, R U OK?

R U OK? Day 2022 takes place on Thursday 8 September and it’s a great opportunity to reach out to the men in our lives and ask ‘are you okay?’

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10 projects standing up for Indigenous men's health

This week is National NAIDOC Week (Sunday 3rd July to Sunday 10th July), which celebrates and recognises the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Awards celebrate role of Indigenous men's health workers

The vital role of Indigenous men's health workers will be celebrated at the 2022 Men's Health Awards.

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The power of Aboriginal men’s group Gooboora celebrated in new video

South Western Sydney Local Health District has released a powerful portrait of an Aboriginal men’s group running in Wellington, a city in the Central Western Slopes region of NSW.

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Celebrating dads: reaching Aboriginal fathers out west

Meet James Smith, a program coordinator for the Moree Aboriginal Fathers’ Program, which supports the needs of Aboriginal fathers and their extended families.

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Valuing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Young Men video released

A Lowitja Institute project led by Dr Mick Adams has culminated in a powerful video showing the role of culture, law and community in turning young men into leaders.

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Getting Connected with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Health

The Men’s Health Connected online summit resumes on Monday 22 June with a two-day focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Health.

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National 2020 Men’s Health Award winners announced

The winners of the National 2020 Men’s Health Awards were named today across five categories.

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NACCHO calls on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males to focus on their health

NACCHO, the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, has called on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males to focus on their health after two months of COVID-19 enforced isolation.

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