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Ochre Day

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the Ochre Day Men’s Health Conference has been cancelled until further notice.The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) Ochre Day Men’s Health Conference provides a national forum for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male delegates, organisations and communities to share knowledge, design concepts and strengthen relationships that work to directly improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal and ...

Strategic Direction

NACCHO's Strategic Direction describes the four key strategies that NACCHO will focus on between 2018 - 2023.

NACCHO Members' Conference, Youth Conference, EGM and AGM 17-20 October 2022

National Convention Centre, CanberraThe NACCHO Members' conference is an annual gathering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health sector leaders from across the country. With over 400 delegates expected each year, the conference brings opportunities for attendees to network, learn, influence and celebrate our ongoing drive to self-determination.The focus of this year’s conference is about celebrating the leadership and partnerships of our sector in unprecedented time...

NACCHO CEO Speaks to 100 Women of Influence at a National Women’s Health Summit

An event hosted by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) gathered the top 100 influencers in the women’s health sector to share, discuss and dissect the most pressing challenges facing Australian women. CEO of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) Pat Turner spoke about how health reforms and policies that are not developed in consultation with Aboriginal peoples have a negative impac...

Children and Family Services Support Worker

Children and Family Services Support Worker CasualSCHADS Award – Social & Community Services Employee Level 3 or 4 dependent on experienceBegaKatungul Aboriginal Corporation Regional Health and Community Services is a not-for-profit organisation providing culturally attuned, integrated health and community services on the far south coast of NSW.The Children and Family Suppor...

NACCHO CEO Pat Turner’s keynote speech at the National Reconciliation Week Virtual Breakfast 2020 presented by Reconciliation SA.

Good morning everyone, thank you for inviting me here today. My name is Pat Turner, and I am the daughter of an Arrente man and a Gurdanji woman. I am also the CEO of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), and the Lead Convener of the Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community-Controlled Peak organisations. Before we start, I want to acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands that we are meeting upon today. I am speaking to yo...

NACCHO calls on the federal government to work with us to keep our children safe

NACCHO calls on the federal government to work with us to keep our children safeAccording to media reports last night, a four-year-old boy from the community of Ali Curung in the Northern Territory has been taken to Alice Springs for medical care after he was allegedly sexually assaulted on the weekend and police are investigating. The National Aboriginal Community ControlledHealth Organisation (NACCHO) is deeply concerned that some of our children are being se...

NACCHO encourages Morrison Government to seize the moment and make Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health a national priority

The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) congratulates the Honourable Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Coalition on the federal election win. “NACCHO welcomes the opportunity to work with Prime Minister Morrison and his Government to reduce the burden of disease for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples,” NACCHO Acting Chair, Ms Donnella ...