Aboriginal organisation Link-Up (NSW) has thanked Member for Londonderry and NSW Shadow Education Minister Prue Car, for her special visit to the organisation’s office in Ropes Crossing office today, co-inciding with its February Board Meeting. After an Acknowledgment to Country by Aunty Pat Field, Ms Car met Link-Up CEO Janelle Clarke, Uncle Dennis Dunn and […]
Link-Up (NSW) is a proud member of the NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Peak Organisations in advocating for our communities. CAPO and the NSW Government have agreed on governance arrangements to guide the development of the NSW Jurisdictional Plan to deliver on our Closing the Gap commitments.
Link-Up (NSW) has joined other peak Aboriginal organisations to call for changes to the justice system and the need for a wraparound service to help reduce incarceration rates. CEO Janelle Clarke says past government policies including separation of families and forced child removals had led to long-lasting impacts on Aboriginal people and communities. Read the […]
Link-Up (NSW) is proud to be the major sponsor of the Walkabout Barber’s new community engagement bus in Coonabarabran, on the traditional lands of the Gamilaraay people. Brian Dowd and his team of barbers have created a great initiative to make trauma informed assistance available to our mob by providing haircuts and mental health aid […]
Federal Member for Chifley, Ed Husic, visited the Link-Up (NSW) office in Ropes Crossing. CEO Janelle Clarke introduced Mr Husic to our Chairperson Lizzie May, Members of the Board and Link-Up staff. She told Mr Husic Link-Up is looking forward to working with the MP and other community stakeholders to build on our programs and […]