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UFVRA plans, To, Building a brighter future for Indigenous Australians

Partner with us as we help change the future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

Our work

we is committed to reducing difference round the world, which means that here in Australia too. Aboriginal and strait Islanders square measure recognised as having the longest living cultures on earth, however they face several challenges together with widespread difference, discrimination and cultural disconnection.

Since 2016, we’ve been adapting our made community-led development approach from round the world to partner with autochthonous communities, charities and organisations to assist support them to guide their own development and realise their own goals.

Strength in mainstream and traditional culture

With strong culture, language and connections to country, the challenge for some Indigenous communities is tackling contemporary issues around education, economic development, housing and the justice system. UFVRA Leadership Program helps strengthen the leadership capacities of  men and women, so they can better shape their own futures and lead their own development in their land.

More than one in two young people in Australian youth detention are Indigenous.
Challenging domestic violence

Family violence is commonly a subject unbroken personal, however this secrecy will cause additional hurt. Channels of Hope may be a culture and faith-based program that aims to combat gender-based violence through sessions concerning family harmony, respectful relationships and violence hindrance. together and partnership with native communities, we have a tendency to explore ways that to combat violence along. Be part of our team.



More than one third of Aboriginal students don't complete year twelve.

In Australia, Indigenous women are 36  times more likely to be hospitalised due to family violence than non-Indigenous women.

How you can make a difference?

We invite you to partner with Aboriginal and strait Islanders as we have a tendency to support them to guide their own development and build a life altogether its fullness for his or her kids and families.

 

you'll be a locality of this journey and a locality of our shared story – connecting with, and being attentive to, the voice of Aboriginal and strait Islanders. Together, we are able to produce a stronger future for all.

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF COUNTRY

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands on which we meet, work and live and recognize that this land has always been and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.www.ufvra.org.au

United Federation of Volunteers for Refugees Action pays its good wishes to the traditional custodians across the lands in which we work, and acknowledges the elders past, present and emerging.  We walk together in solidarity in the shared pain of the past and with shared hope, respect and value for the future.

Our Values

Value People|Innovation|Sustainability|Equity|We are Stewards|We Are Partners |We are Responsive|We are Committed to the Poor | Accountability

Our Partners 

We're partnering with over 49 organisations and 80,000 local volunteers to tackle the world's greatest problems

UFVRA is a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and a signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct and Fundraising Charter, which commits international aid and development organisations to good standards of governance, transparency, accountability and effectiveness.

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St. Paul, MN 55114 USA

Tel: 046988317
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76 Beaudesert, Road, 

Moorooka, Qld 4105

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