The following case studies illustrate how our corporate and government secondees have achieved real results and earned the respect and trust of local Indigenous people.
With 55 transitional houses tenanted and a long wait list for more, a second stage of the East Kimberley Development Package Transitional Housing Program is being developed with the help of a Jawun secondee from the WA Government, to assist Indigenous people and their families into their own homes. > Read case study
With the growing success of ASHE-Fest, a festival to celebrate Indigenous culture, three Jawun secondees were deployed to strengthen its management, marketing, and long-term commercial viability – essential for it to continue as a vehicle for increased cultural awareness and reconciliation. > Read case study
After routinely being overlooked in key SA Government procurement decisions, Ngarrindjeri Ruwe Contracting (NRC) formulated a brief for Jawun secondees to help resolve this. Now, for the first time in SA, tenderers are engaging directly with NRC and Ngarrindjeri businesses. > Read case study
Just as Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation integrates elements of Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures to achieve the best possible outcomes, a Jawun secondee and Yolngu rangers showed true collaboration in developing a comprehensive WHS system to ensure the safest possible work environment for the rangers. > Read case study
Jawun secondments provide technical skills to Kimberley Ranger Network employees, as well as contributing to their professional development – resulting in rangers establishing strong career pathways, increasing their self-esteem and becoming role models of cultural pride and work ethic to young people. > Read case study