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New Cultural Safety Framework
Posted 08 May 2024 New Cultural Safety Framework

Wunan Foundation has established an ‘Aboriginal Cultural Safety Framework’ as a fundamental blueprint for cultural safety across the organisation.

KNX Community Hostel Reopens
Posted 06 May 2024 KNX Community Hostel Reopens

The Wunan Foundation and MG Corporation have teamed up to provide valuable services from a Kununurra hostel site.

Landmark Collaboration Paves the Way for Vital Services in East Kimberley
Posted 17 April 2024 Landmark Collaboration Paves the Way for Vital Services in East Kimberley

In a landmark collaboration, Wunan Foundation and MG Corporation have entered into a MOU delivering essential services in the region. This strategic alliance aims to maximise opportunities and drive positive social, economic, and cultural impacts, ensuring a sustainable and prosperous future for all Aboriginal people in the East Kimberley.

Wunan Foundation and MG Corporation Secure Access  To Kununurra Hostel
Posted 01 March 2024 Wunan Foundation and MG Corporation Secure Access To Kununurra Hostel for Aboriginal Youth

The 42-bedroom facility will now accommodate services and programs dedicated to supporting Indigenous youth.

Addressing Kimberley's Alcohol Epidemic: A Call for Innovative Solutions
Posted 01 February 2024 Addressing Kimberley's Alcohol Epidemic: A Call for Innovative Solutions and a Break from the Cycle of Dysfunction

The Wunan Foundation has expressed deep concern following the release of "Secret Police Files: Broome Hospital Senior Doctor Describes Alcohol Abuse in The Kimberley as 'Genocide'"

Wunan Foundation’s Response to Recent Articles Published in the West
Posted 19 January 2024 Wunan Foundation’s Response to Recent Articles Published in the West Australian Relating to Alcohol Abuse in the Northwest

Wunan Executive Chair Ian Trust comments on the changes needed in our region.

Lily Lagoon Resort Set to Welcome 17 New Indigenous Staff Members
Posted 18 January 2024 Lily Lagoon Resort Set to Welcome 17 New Indigenous Staff Members Following Successful $1.26M Grant Bid

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