Indigenous Health and Education: Exploring the Connections

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Reports on research that was conducted primarily at Galiwin'ku community in north east Arnhem Land; provides background to the project and describes the community, the research team and research methods; documents research findings and outcomes and the connections and disconnections between health and education from some Yolgnu perspectives; discusses Yolgnu theories of health and education; examines consequences of cultural change and breakdown in Yolgnu systems; outlines priorities, challenges and emerging solutions in educating for health; addresses access, control and responsibility; suggests a Yolgnu framework for action in educating for health; includes information about the Marngithinyaraw Yalu project and what was learned from the research.

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