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Development of Culturally Appropriate Curriculum Resources to Prevent Alcohol and Drug Related Harms Among Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

 

Overview

This research is a partnership with Gilimbaa, an Indigenous Creative Agency, and the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC). The project specifically involves the development of culturally appropriate school based resources to prevent drug related harms among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The project aims to collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partners and stakeholders to develop culturally appropriate:

Development will be in consultation and collaboration with key community stakeholders, including:

An expert advisory group has been established to guide the project. Scoping of existing resources and research literature will inform development of the portal, and program. It is hoped that the online portal will facilitate dissemination of information and evidence based approaches to prevent drug-related harms among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Abstract adapted from NDARC

Contacts

Dr Lexine Stapinski
Senior Research Fellow
NDARC
Ph: (02) 9385 0422
Email: l.strapinski@unsw.edu.au

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Last updated: 26 April 2017
 
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