26TEN Steps Workshop

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26TEN Step workshop is a great way to better understanding adult literacy and numeracy in Tasmania and how to have a conversation with people about their literacy. 

National Palliative Care Week: 22-28 May

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National Palliative Care Week  (NPCW), held from 22 – 28 May 2022, is Australia’s largest annual awareness-raising initiative held to increase understanding of the many benefits of palliative care.

Kickstart: A Big Day of Positive Change

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Kickstart Network invites you to a Big Day of Positive Change. The Walkout Step Launch is a new public artwork that redefines colonial space by pakana artist Cheryl Mundy with sculptor Marcus Tatton Repurposing Cermony: Join Her Excellency the Honourable Barbara Baker AC, Governor of Tasmania to celebrate from orphanage to arts and wellbeing centre Music by Madalena, Dewayne Everettsmith and Boil

Laurel House: Disability Workforce Support Toolkit Launch and Training

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This is a FREE, catered event to launch the Disability Workforce Support Tookit developed by Laurel House. Bookings are essential. The Toolkit provides a suite of resources to support workforce to provide a trauma-informed response to a disclosure of sexual violence from a person with disability. The event includes training and information sessions, guest speakers, film and poster screenings, and

National Palliative Care Week: 22-28 May

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National Palliative Care Week  (NPCW), held from 22 – 28 May 2022, is Australia’s largest annual awareness-raising initiative held to increase understanding of the many benefits of palliative care.

National Palliative Care Week: 22-28 May

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National Palliative Care Week  (NPCW), held from 22 – 28 May 2022, is Australia’s largest annual awareness-raising initiative held to increase understanding of the many benefits of palliative care.

The Link: Meet your Federal Candidates for Clark

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The Link Youth Health Service Inc. has received requests from young people and youth services to host a forum to educate young people about the upcoming federal election and specifically youth health policy issues. The Link Youth Health Service are working with the youth reference group,  Sandy Killick from Democracy Matters Team 1 and City of Hobart’s youth reference group

MCOT: SBS Live at the MCOT Hub

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In the lead-up to the election, SBS’s audio and language content division (radio) is aiming to bring the election and policies to a local level for our audiences and help them make sense of the policies in an independent and informed way.