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NAIDOC Week is a time for all Australians to celebrate and learn about the culture, history and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year's theme is Heal Country, which calls for stronger measures to recognise, protect, and maintain all aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and heritage.
NAIDOC is a time for reflection. AJ shares what 'Always Was. Always Will' be means to him as an a Wiradjuri / Wotjobulak Aboriginal man with a lived experience of an eating disorder.
Weight stigma can prevent people from being diagnosed with an eating disorder. Which is exactly what happened to Raja. Raja is an Aboriginal woman from the Kalkadoon and Bwgcolman nations, in north Queensland. She's a mental health/ social and emotional wellbeing advocate and began her advocacy journey at the age of 17, after having a lived experience of poor social and emotional wellbeing.
Butterfly launches its ‘Talking Helps’ campaign to encourage the one million Australians living with an eating disorder to seek support, especially those who are further discriminated against due to their gender, sexual orientation or cultural background
In celebration of Men's Health Week, our Knowledge, Research and Policy Manager, Dr. Sarah Squire has written a blog discussing the realities and stigma men face when it comes to eating disorders.