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Alan Dededar leaving Kennedy Hill
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Alan Dededar leaving Kennedy Hill
Description: Alan Dededar leaving Kennedy Hill and mentioned to me he is on his way to Centacare. Centacare Kimberley in Broome provides a range of services to people who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or are experiencing financial hardship. Centacare have an outreach team that engages with people sleeping rough throughout the Broome area with a primary focus on supporting them to access social housing. Centacare runs a homeless breakfast. Alan is from Balgo a dry community (alcohol is not permitted) and is squatting in a condemned house in Kennedy Hill. (This house has now been demolished). Broome, Western Australia. ©Ingetje Tadros/Diimex
Keywords: Aboriginal Aboriginal Corporation Australia Broome bush-camps community family indigenous Kennedy Hill Broome squatters Kimberley WA tribal aborigine
Date: 11.03.2015 08:16
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Byline: Ingetje Tadros
Caption writer: Ingetje Tadros
Date created: 03.08.2014
Caption: Alan Dededar leaving Kennedy Hill and mentioned to me he is on his way to Centacare. Centacare Kimberley in Broome provides a range of services to people who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or are experiencing financial hardship. Centacare have an outreach team that engages with people sleeping rough throughout the Broome area with a primary focus on supporting them to access social housing. Centacare runs a homeless breakfast. Alan is from Balgo a dry community (alcohol is not permitted) and is squatting in a condemned house in Kennedy Hill. (This house has now been demolished). Broome, Western Australia.
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Keywords: Aboriginal, Aboriginal Corporation, aggression, alcohol, alcohol restrictions, at risk, Australia, behaviour, Broome, bush camps, Chinatown, community, condemned, demolition, dry community, family, financial hardship, future, gambling, homeless, hope, housing, indigenous, Ingetje Tadros, journey, Kennedy Hill, on the go, problems, real estate in Broome, rough, shanty towns, social housing, squatters, stress, support, the Kimberley, tourist mecca

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