NACCHO 10 th Anniversary Close the Gap invitation to host travelling photographic exhibition

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Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands for Healthy Futures Exhibition and travelling road show 2016

Invitation to:

NACCHO Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation members

NACCHO Affiliates

NACCHO Stakeholders

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peak bodies

National Peak body Health organisations

Research groups

NACCHO partners and supporters

Find out how you can host this exhibition March -December 2016

 –see application below

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Close the Gap Campaign for the governments of Australia to commit to achieving equality  for Indigenous people in the areas of health and  life expectancy within 25 years.

The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) in partnership with Wayne Quilliam Photography has developed a visual narrative that has been created to foster awareness, exploration and understanding of Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands.

Our exhibition of 20 + photographic images, melded with a series of video interviews embedded within the images will stimulate individual thinking and…

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