Banga-ma-la-nha is a project that draws together the learnings of previous research into the needs of young Aboriginal women in prison, and uses them to transform the thinking and actions of people working in prisons and prisoner health. Banga-ma-la-nha means ‘to share’ in the Wiradjuri language of two of the project leads, Megan Williams and Juanits Sherwood, and reflects their aim to share throughcare data, insights and service delivery responsibilities between all partners.
The studies relate to:
Mark is providing writing, editing and strategic support.
The research is funded by the National Health and Medical research Council, and runs from 2018 to 2023.
ABN 43 715 501 282
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