This report investigates perceptions and practices of community-driven, strengths-based approaches to Aboriginal health and wellbeing services.2 It particularly considers what success looks like to organisations providing these services, how they go about achieving it, and how policy environments (especially funding structures) can better enable their work. The report is part of a series of three discussion papers examining strengths-based approaches and deficit discourse in the field of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing.
- Deficit Discourse and Indigenous Health: How narrative framings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are reproduced in policy
- Deficit Discourse and Strengths-based Approaches: Changing the Narrative of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing
|Bulloch, H., Fogarty, W. & Bellchambers, K.