The person behind the substance
Crystal methamphetamine ('ice') is a growing problem for communities around Australia. Culturally appropriate resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are essential to support and empower individuals and communities who are working to address ice use and related harms.
Over the past 2 years we have been talking with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia to understand what communities want to know about ice and how an online toolkit could support them addressing ice related issues. Based on the knowledge shared by community we are developing a variety of resources guided by an expert advisory group of senior Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders. Check out the above sneak peek of some of the resources in development!
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For the purposes of this website, we respectfully refer to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. This term ‘peoples’ emphasises the diversity of the many Aboriginal nations and Torres Strait Islander groups and their language groups, cultures, kinship structures and ways of life.
Page last reviewed: Thursday, 12 December 2019
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