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So far Rachel Fyfe has created 42 blog entries.

Urgent juvenile justice reform

”Perpetuating a failed system that hardens young people, does not reduce reoffending and fails to rehabilitate young lives and set them on a new course

Urgent juvenile justice reform2019-10-21T16:35:21+10:00

Garma Festival 2017

Dusseldorp Forum was privileged to attend the Garma Festival in September. Tjerk and Teya Dusseldorp attended with our partners from the Maranguka Justice

Garma Festival 20172019-11-26T16:16:52+10:00

Advocacy tips and tricks

Last month we attended the Philanthropy Meets Parliament Summit at Parliament House, Canberra to better understand government perspectives and priorities

Advocacy tips and tricks2019-10-21T16:35:39+10:00

Festival of Change 2017

On 25- 26 May Dusseldorp Forum brought together change-makers from across the country for our inaugural Festival of Change. Over two days we shared stories

Festival of Change 20172019-10-21T16:35:47+10:00

Creating pathways for all young people

David Parsons is one of the 44,000 students in NSW that took his place at university this month. David is the youngest of seven siblings, a competitive

Creating pathways for all young people2019-10-21T16:35:57+10:00

Future storytellers

How do we prepare our young people for an unknown future? What kind of skills do they need and how can we support teachers to engage and excite young

Future storytellers2019-10-21T16:36:06+10:00

Addressing the evaluation gap

Doveton College is a place-based approach to meeting the needs of children and families within the community. The College has created a one-stop-shop

Addressing the evaluation gap2019-10-21T16:36:11+10:00

Graduates spread their wings

This is a transcript of one of the graduation speeches delivered by a NSW Aspiration Initiative student who has participated in the academic and cultural enrichment

Graduates spread their wings2019-10-21T16:36:17+10:00

Strong culture, happy kids

In the September school holidays Teya, her husband Dan and their children Elijah, Eden and Misha visited the Kabulwarnamyo community in Arnhem Land

Strong culture, happy kids2019-11-26T16:22:27+10:00

Bourke celebrates

On 8 December the Dusseldorp Forum team and members of our board jumped on a short flight to Dubbo then hit the long road to Bourke, NSW to join the community

Bourke celebrates2019-11-26T16:36:32+10:00

Dusseldorp Forum acknowledges the First Peoples of Australia and the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we work and live.
We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.