KWY is a not-for-profit Aboriginal organisation delivering a range of specialist services across South Australia.  KWY’s aim is to improve the levels of engagement and positive outcomes for women, men, children and community.  KWY  supports  the safety of women and children  by providing a  whole of family holistic response to supporting our community . KWY also provide specialist training in South Australia for the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) sector some 97 services statewide .

 

No To Violence incorporating the Men’s Referral Service is the peak body for organisations and individuals working with men to end family violence. As the peak body NTV advocates on behalf of their members to raise awareness of men’s behaviour change work. It provides resources, including training for service providers to enhance their capacity to successfully engage with men who use violence and then to work with men to prevent further violence. NTV also deliver the Men’s Referral Service which is a men’s family violence telephone counselling, information and referral service and is the central point of contact for men taking responsibility for their violent behaviour. 

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CEO of MIBBINBAH Presenting at Conference

December 6, 2017

 

 

 

CEO MIBBINBAH JACK BULMAN , a Mutti-Muthi man of south western NSW, will present a concurrent session at the working with Aboriginal men and Family Violence conference. Jack  completed an  undergraduate degree in health sciences in 2005. He is now undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy at University of Technology Sydney, researching empowerment and safe spaces for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males using auto-ethnographic methods. He particularly excelled in the area of community studies where Indigenous Male’s Health was a passion recognised by others. Jack has developed ways to enable men to seek their own aspirations through their involvement in Men’s Spaces. Mibbinbah seeks to help Indigenous males to take their rightful place, whatever that may be, in both Indigenous and non-Indigenous society as a means of improving their health and the health of those with whom they live, work and play. In 2007 Jack lead a national project Health and Indigenous Men’s Spaces in partnership with Latrobe University, Menzies School of Health Research, Beyond Blue, Andrology Australia and Prostate Cancer Foundation investigating capacity development, empowerment and transfer of knowledge through culturally appropriate means.

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