The latest edition of the SNAICC Newsletter is now available!
The December 2015 edition of the SNAICC newsletter is a very special conference edition, with extended features on the outcomes and keynote presentations from the 6th SNAICC National Conference, held on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar people, in Perth, from 15-17 September.
How do I get it?
Included as one of the benefits of all SNAICC membership, all existing SNAICC members have been posted a copy of the newsletter to read and share with their organisations, services, families and friends.
All other SNAICC supporters are able to access an online version of the newsletter via the SNAICC website.
If you’d like to sign up to become a SNAICC member, and start receiving benefits – including delivery of each newsletter, as well as discounts to SNAICC training and resources – follow our step-by-step guide online.
What else can I read up on in the newsletter?
The SNAICC Newsletter has undergone a major overhaul, with changes to the design making it even easier to find the news that you’re most interested in.
Along with updates on SNAICC projects and policy work, and news and photos from the incredible SNAICC training sessions that have been held right across the country, you can also read up on how our communities celebrated National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day on 4 August.
Going forward, the SNAICC Newsletter is striving to put more focus on celebrating the strong leaders that drive the SNAICC agenda, and our inspirational members – in this edition, learn about the excellent work being done by Winangay Resources in rural New South Wales.
If you’re a SNAICC member and are interested in being featured in upcoming editions of the SNAICC Newsletter, please email SNAICC at firstname.lastname@example.org