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Introduction In Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders account for around one quarter of all people who are homeless. (AIHW, 2011) . The ABS Census, 2011 reveals that 56% of homeless people are male, and research shows that men aged 35 and over represent the major... 9/11/2015 9:22:03 AM
  Connections between a father and their children remain an essential part of health and transition out of homeless ness...   This resource examined the effects on homelessness of single fathers, how services provided for this group and what the interactions between ho...
9/6/2012 11:04:41 AM
  The problem is once you’re out of the system and out of the cycle it’s very hard to get back into it again ...   This resource examined structural and personal barriers faced by homeless people towards gaining and maintaining employment. It takes a non-gendered approa...
9/6/2012 12:55:50 PM
  This broader perspective has the potential to initiate a more flexible approach for some of these [hard to engage] men...   Gender is a recognised social determinant of health and wellbeing, yet surprisingly few services have adopted a gender-based approach towards ...
8/22/2012 11:11:18 AM
Introduction In England and Wales suicide is the leading cause of death in men aged 20-49. In 2012 in Australia 75% of suicides were male, making suicide the 10th leading cause of death (ABS 2012). A lot of effort is being made in Australia to reduce the number of male suic...
7/7/2015 10:35:15 AM
This resource contains lots of useful information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men's health and common health issues. It has been developed to assist the Northern Sydney Local Health District (NSLHD) staff working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peop...
10/31/2016 11:51:59 AM

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