Aboriginal people succeeding through ability, opportunity and reward for effort
Wunan News News & Updates from the field
Jun 23 2016
KEEPBoysDue to its demonstrated success in Sydney, Wunan’s Kimberley Education Excellence Program (KEEP) was expanded into Melbourne at the beginning of 2016. Wunan now has 12 students in KEEP Sydney and 9 students in KEEP Melbourne.    Read More.
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Jun 23 2016
StaffWunan will host its inaugural Expo on the grounds of its newly refurbished corporate office in Kununurra on Friday, 22 July 2016 from 9am to 4pm. We invite the community, visitors to the Kimberley and all of our partners and donors to come along to learn more about what we do.   Read More.
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Jun 23 2016
EldersgroupWunan’s social research and evaluation enterprise, Social Compass, has been sent to hospital by the the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS). The company has been commissioned to visit hospitals around the state to review the efforts they are making to improve cultural safety for Aboriginal patients.   Read More.
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Jun 23 2016
BungleBungleWunan recently entered into an exciting Indigenous tourism joint venture with well-known local tour provider Helispirit. Bungle Bungle Guided Tours will offer an Indigenous tourism experience for visitors to the region – as well as providing fantastic employment opportunities for local Aboriginal people.   Read More.
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Jun 23 2016
BroomeExpoStaff from Wunan’s Workforce Development Centres (WDC) recently took part in a highly successful Careers Expo at Broome Senior High Schools.   Read More.
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Jun 23 2016
CaseyBedfordCasey joined Wunan as our Receptionist/Administration Assistant earlier this year. She is Kija from her father’s side and Jaru from her mother’s side and she and her family are from Halls Creek, around four hours’ drive from Kununurra.   Read More.
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