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Pathways to empowerment and justice

Pathways to empowerment and justice: The Invisible Hurdles Stage II Research and Evaluation Final Report

Author(s): Elizabeth Curran

The Invisible Hurdles project is an integrated justice project of four partner organisations the project leader is the Hume Riverina Community Legal Service (HRCLS) a program of Upper Murray Family Care and this research was funded through them by the Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioners grants program. The other three partners in this multidisciplinary and Health Justice Partnership are : Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS) – this is an Aboriginal Community Controlled organisation; North East Support and Action for Youth (NESAY) is a leading agency supporting young people and their families in North East Victoria, servicing a vast region of seven municipalities; The Wodonga Flexible Learning Centre (WFLC) – this is a campus of the Wodonga Senior Secondary College - an alternative education centre was established in 2014. The project is run in the Hume Riverina region of Victoria and New South Wales focussing on ‘at risk’ young people.

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Centre: PEARL

Research theme: Human Rights Law and Policy

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