This collaboration with PRF has allowed us to provide vital historical context about the diverse community of Darlinghurst and connect with the community around us.
UTS Australian Centre for Public History

The UTS Australian Centre for Public History promotes the practice and understanding of history within academia and the broader community through research and activities. It develops national and international public history networks, hosts seminars and conferences, and takes history to public audiences.


To what extent can cycles of disadvantage be disrupted over generations to change the trajectory of a community?

Royal Far West

The Peer to Peer Network Pilot will co-design a peer to peer networking model to connect Learning for Life families with one another to fill gaps in support and add value to local communities, with the aim to scale it across the Smith Family’s more than 90 communities.

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