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Homeworks Trust to document number of services lost

February 11, 2013 at 10:25 AM

Homeworks Trust requests help to document the loss of services to women over the last four years.

They've been thinking about the importance of recording...the number of organisations, groups and services that have closed (eg. EDEN  - the Eating Disorder Network - and a Refugee and Migrant resettlement service.)  Many other services and organisations have had to radically restructure in order to survive... They want help on the collective memories of the women in your area to provide this information. Read more about the project and questions they're asking... 

or for questions call Debbie Hager, 09 816 9339

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