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opzioni binarie quanto guadagnate In 2013 with Dusseldorp Forum (DF), VFFF made a commitment to provide philanthropic support towards reducing the over-representation of Aboriginal children in the NSW juvenile justice system. The Children and Prison Program (CAPP) is a hands-on philanthropic program conceived as a three-part framework: وسطاء الخيارات الثنائية في سنغافورة LEARN (learning and knowledge, opportunities and collaborators), Tadalafil Oral Strips Online FUND (grant making), ثنائي خيارات تاجر أراد ACT (discussion, consultation, build relationships and raise awareness).

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Dubbo Children and Prison Program

purchase Viagra (sildenafil citrate) in Yonkers New York In April 2014, we conducted discussions with local people in Dubbo, which has high rates of youth recidivism as well as thriving young Aboriginal people, to identify ways to increase the number of those on positive pathways and reduce the numbers in and out of custody.

si possono effettuare opzioni binarie con poste pay evolution The resulting report, Dubbo Conversations taps into local knowledge and experiences to reveal practical insights and suggestions about what works, what is needed and what can be done – to change the path of children on track for juvenile incarceration. The report made recommendations of high potential activities to support, which were endorsed by the Reference Group in March 2015.

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btgoption The Working Group is mid-way through a 9 month facilitated process to determine how the collective of organisations involved can work together to reduce the number of Dubbo Aboriginal young people aged 10 – 25 years entering custody. This involves building a common understanding of the issue through sharing data and perspectives and agreeing a shared approach, including a plan of action and data measures for ongoing tracking.

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Köp Strattera 10 mg Our thanks to Dubbo for its openness and interest in working with us, to our Reference Group members, to the Dubbo Working Group and to Patrick Shepherdson and Elizabeth McEntyre for their work on Dubbo Conversations. Special thanks to Sharon Tomas for working with us from Dubbo.

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Sources for statistics: 2009 Young People in custody Health Survey, NSW Department of Human Services, Juvenile Justice; 2012 Report into the Bail Act in NSW; and 2011 NSW Audit Office Report.

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Latest Grants

  • The Australian Centre for Social Innovation
    $441,900 to develop a regional capability building model with the key people and initiatives VFFF works with in Lachlan Shire, Dubbo and Bourke.
  • Lower Lachlan Community Services
    $248,776 over two years to continue the Growing Lachlan initiative into implementation - driving action on addressing the community priorities identified in the Growing Lachlan research and consultation.
  • The Northcott Society
    $186,416 over three years of therapeutic support and staff capacity building to support up to 20 students at Jarjum College, Redfern.
  • Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre
    $48,250 towards IGNITE - A program for disengaged high school students in the Illawarra region that provides training and support for transitioning to the workforce or higher education.
  • Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal
    $20,000 to support applications from communities to implement the ideas developed by young people at the 2017 Heywire Regional Youth Summit.
  • Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Advancement Group
    $23,650 to employ a grant writer across a group of 12 Neighbourhood Centres in the Hunter, Newcastle and Lake Macquarie area.