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When asked if non-Indigenous environments created safety some responses included: We should be doing that in our organisations. Making them culturally safe.
Rather than setting up something autonomous A place like that would be a place of healing for the whole community. Give us a future. Give opportunities for people to get to know each other.
Foster connection and belonging. Noel Pearson warns that without this reclamation: On the other hand, revitalising and renewing our culture and cultural norms within our communities brings resilience and can prevent lateral violence taking its place.
This means cultural needs are included in policies and practices so that all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have access to this level of service, not just in pockets where there are particularly culturally competent workers.
The cultural security model developed by Juli Coffin is outlined in Text Box 4. Cultural security model  This model distinguishes between cultural awareness, cultural safety and cultural security which Coffin argues have been inappropriately interchanged. Under this conception an organisation cannot progress to cultural security without first addressing cultural safety and cultural awareness.
Coffin uses a practical example of the management of an 8 year old Aboriginal boy by a speech pathologist to define these three levels: There is no common or accepted practice and what actions are taken depends upon the individual and their knowledge of Aboriginal culture and cultural security.
More often though cultural safety consists of small actions and gestures, usually not standardised as policy and procedure. I will check with the AHW if any issues were raised when explaining the procedure to the family and if transport is sorted out.
I will ask to see if the AHW can be in attendance at the appointment. Policies and procedures create processes that are automatically applied from the time when Aboriginal people first seek health care.
It shifts the emphasis from attitudes to behaviour, focusing directly on practice, skills and efficacy. It is about incorporating cultural values into the design, delivery and evaluation of services.
Cultural Security recognises that this is not an optional strategy, nor solely the responsibility of individuals, but rather involves society and system levels of involvement. Cultural Security is proposed to effect change in all elements of the health system workforce development, workforce reform, purchasing of health services, monitoring and accountability, and public engagement.
The role for government and other third parties in creating cultural safety is ensuring that our voices are heard and respected in relation to our community challenges, aspirations and identities.
In this part I will be looking to the community level to celebrate some of the approaches that are already making a difference in addressing lateral violence on the ground. However, I also believe that communities inherently hold the best solutions to their own problems. This is the strengths-based approach that I am always advocating.
This approach builds up our communities rather than constantly tearing them down. At its core is empowerment. The wisdom, resilience and ingenuity of those working with our communities is always inspiring to me.
So many good things are happening in our communities.
We are kicking goals, opening doors and breaking through the glass and brown ceilings. And, yet, the times when we wholeheartedly and unanimously celebrate these achievements are relatively few.
But it is also more than an exercise in celebration and recognition. In the absence of formal research and evaluation, these sorts of case studies provide the best available way to look at what is working and why, providing valuable lessons that can be relevant to other communities and contexts.
Again, like Chapter 2, this is not an exhaustive compilation of case studies but it does provide a flavour of the richness of responses to lateral violence that are already operating at the community level. Case studies will illustrate responses to lateral violence in the contexts of education and awareness, bullying, alternative dispute resolution and social and emotional wellbeing.
It is also a way of exercising agency and responsibility for our communities.Webinar Description: Peer helping has been well-researched as an effective method for helping at-risk students as a Tier 1 support strategy.
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Abu Bakr Muhammad al-Razi. Muhammad ibn Zakariyā Rāzī ( – AD) was a Persian physician, alchemist, chemist, philosopher, and scholar. Reducing School Violence through Conflict Resolution. Johnson, David W.; Johnson, Roger T.
Increasing violence and threats of violence in American schools have prompted many school districts to take aggressive action in providing greater security and more positive learning environments.
School Violence: Prevention. Recommend on Facebook Tweet Share Compartir. On This Page. Public health approaches focus on preventing violence before it starts and have been shown to effectively reduce school and youth violence.
social problem-solving, conflict resolution. Religion, after all, is a powerful constituent of cultural norms and values, and because it addresses the most profound existential issues of human life (e.g., freedom and inevitability, fear and faith, security and insecurity, right and wrong, sacred and profane), religion is deeply implicated in individual and social conceptions of peace.