Victorian Primary Care Partnership

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people working in mainstream organisations report that they are still regularly exposed to racism in the workplace. Inner North West Primary Care Partnership (INW PCP) identified that one-off cultural awareness training and other actions addressing individual employee behaviours and attitudes cannot alone address the systemic nature of this issue. Between 2012-2016 INWPCP supported partner organisations to embed cultural responsiveness practices and address barriers to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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