Why recovery message from Wollongong conference must be heard: Editorial

Attendees at the Australian Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Recovery Alliance conference. Picture by Sylvia Liber. Why recovery message from …

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Why the digital space is important for women and equality

Lula Dembele from the Women’s Trauma Recovery Centre says there are many ways the digital space is unequal for women …

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‘Let down’: Uncertainty over land promised for women’s trauma recovery centre

Women’s advocate Sally Stevenson is concerned negotiations with NSW Health over the land for a world-first trauma recovery centre have …

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Awards highlight “the best of us”

Image: L to R: Nyan Thit Tieu, Sally Stevenson AM and Shannon Fox were named Senior Citizen, Citizen and Junior …

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Illawarra Women’s Trauma Recovery Centre is situated on the land of the Dharawal Nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land and we pay our respects to Elders past and present for they hold the memories, traditions and hopes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia. 

This land is, was, and always will be traditional Aboriginal land. We acknowledge that we work in the context of generations of resilient, strengths-based, holistic resistance to violence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

We commit to actively supporting and promoting the voices of Aboriginal people and organisations in our work. We fully support the Uluru Statement from the Heart.