Kerry Arabena

A trained social worker with a doctorate in environmental science, Kerry Arabena is chair for Indigenous health and executive director of First 1000 Days Australia. She is president of the International Association for Ecology and Health, and a director of Indigenous Community Volunteers, and Kinaway Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce in Victoria. She is descended from the Meriam people in the Torres Strait.


Preparing the treaty generation

EssayON 25 JULY 2016 I was in a paediatric roundtable at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital, where we discussed early interventions in Koori children’s lives to help give them the best start possible. Later that evening I found myself horrified...

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