Conversations | 9. Jodii Maguire – Coping with loss and anxiety
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Getting the job done at home

Welcome to the brave new world of work. Where makeshift solo home offices have replaced the pods of ergonomically designed work stations. Hear from our staff as we adjust to our new way of operating.

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Conversations | 8. Robbie Miniter – Looking for the positives
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Conversations | 7. Adrian Munro - Finding light in the darkness
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Conversations | 6. Emma Jarvis – Meaningful Connection
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Conversations | 5. Allan Tranter – We're in this together
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Conversations | 4. Griffin Longley – Maintain and reinforce compassion
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Stronger Together | Keeping community connections alive

In partnership with our communities, we’ve pivoted our local strategies to explore new ways of connecting people, to celebrate the strength of community, and provide a reliable source of information.

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Conversations | 3. Lynne Craigie – Focus on the here and now
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Conversations | 2. Dr Simon Towler – Pandemics and resilient communities
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Conversations | 1. Tim Costello – Faith in times of crisis
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Stronger Together | Conversations
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Stronger Together | COVID-19 Update

A time of crisis is when our communities matter the most.

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Stronger Together | Creating Communities COVID-19 response

An important message from Creating Communities to strengthen community wellbeing

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Together we are stronger

We don’t need a natural disaster to convince us of the value of community, but tough times bring home to us how much we depend on each other.

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2019 Wrap Up

It’s been another big year at Creating Communities, as our work continues to evolve and expand through our collaboration with a range of partners on an increasingly diverse array of projects.

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Bibra Lake Wetlands – A Place of Connection and Conservation

The Beeliar Wetlands hold a special place in the hearts of Aboriginal people in Western Australia. Beeliar Nyungar means ‘river people’, and the area has long provided a variety of food, medicine, building materials and is as spiritually significant to Aboriginal people as King’s Park.

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Commercial places transitioning to community spaces
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Why We Listen to Communities

We love having a chat about what people believe makes their community tick.

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The Impacts of Income Inequality

It might surprise you to learn how little you need to earn to be in the top 50% of all income earners in Australia.

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Sustainable Future Communities and Cricket Bats

What does it take to build a sustainable community? What early investment is necessary to create a community that not only works for now but works long into the future?

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Creating Communities For An Ageing Population

With Scott Morrison announcing a royal commission into Australia’s aged care system and the news that over 50% of residents in nursing homes suffer from depression, what is being done to care for our ageing population?

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What is Freedom of Information and Why is it So Important?

The world of today is drastically different from the world of a decade ago. As technology races ahead at breakneck speeds, how do we ensure that equality and freedom of information keep up?

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Why is Quality Community Engagement So Important?

If done well, quality community engagement can deliver some amazing benefits for both your organisation and the community. However, if done badly, it can actually create more problems and challenges than if no engagement was done at all.

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How You Can Connect To Your Community

With the loss of many physical spaces for communities to come together, what can we do to better connect with those around us?

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