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|Title:||Men's health conferences|
|Authors:||Territory Health Services|
|subject:||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples;Health;men;diseases and disorders|
|Publisher:||Territory Health Services|
|Description:||Proceedings of 4 Aboriginal men's health conferences:
Growing up as an indigenous male: report from the 1st National Indigenous Male Convention.
Indigenous Male Health Convention, Ross River Homestead, Alice Springs, 1999.
3rd National Male Health Conference, Rydge's Plaza, Alice Springs, 1999.
Health is Males' Business Too, NT Indigenous Male Health Conference, Tennant Creek, August 2000.|
The role of males in Aboriginal society has been significantly diminished as a result of the process of colonisation. This has contributed in a significant way to the breakdown and collapse of Aboriginal society and community life as it is today.The first national indigenous male health convention was convened to address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men's health issues.
|Standard no:||Territory Wide Services|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Collection|
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