Evaluation of Bindal Sharks’ Women’s Leadership and My Journey Home Programs: Process and Outcome Evaluation (Measuring Participant Benefits)

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Marchetti, Elena
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This report details the findings of an evaluation of two Bindal Sharks United Sport and Recreation Aboriginal Corporation (Bindal Sharks) programs, Women’s Leadership and My Journey Home, delivered in the Townsville Women’s Correctional Centre between 2012 and 2018. Bindal Sharks is an Aboriginal organisation situated in Townsville, that has a strong connection to the community and a long history of delivering successful sport, recreation, and vocational education and training programs. It expanded its suite of programs by delivering Indigenous Leadership programs since 2009, focusing on connecting ‘healthy bodies with healthy minds’ (Boland, 2013). This formed the basis of the development of the Women’s Leadership and My Journey Home programs.

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Access to justice
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander criminology
Correctional theory, offender treatment and rehabilitation
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Marchetti, E, Evaluation of Bindal Sharks’ Women’s Leadership and My Journey Home Programs: Process and Outcome Evaluation (Measuring Participant Benefits), 2021
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