On Friday 7 August Murawin joined with representatives from Bravehearts to publicly launch our commitment to work with each other to improve access by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to education and healing resources.
Hetty Johnston, CEO of Bravehearts, Australia's leading child sexual assault advocacy and support service, has expressed a long held desire to see their service become more accessible to Indigenous Australian's, but acknowledge that they are in need of some specialist assistance to bring intention to reality.
In just a few short weeks Bravehearts have commenced a review of their website and printed resources for 'Indigenous friendliness', started a literature review and committed their national staff to cultural capability training.
We love the passion of the Bravehearts team and their willingness to grow their capability and we look forward to witnessing personal and organisational growth for improved outcomes into the future.
Listen to the Brisbane ABC Radio interview of Hetty Johnston (Bravehearts CEO and Carol)