These are Educational Resources created by Yalu for everyone's use.
This educational Music Video explains what is Respectful Behaviours? Why do people don't undertstand? and why is Respect is important.
This is a massage to all both Male and Female
This educational booklet explains What is Gambling? Why Do people Play Card Games? and why is Gambling an issue.
In this Educational Video, Yalu Media Officer Cyril Bukulatjpi is interviewing Tom Wunungmurra.
Tom is one of our Support Workers and Board Directors, Answering such as What is a gambling? Why do yolngu play cards? and What are the affects on community.
This is a booklet of to teach Yolngu Dhiramu (Men) What is respect and How to understand to give respect towards all Miyalk (Women).
Volatile Substance Abuse
A story about Sniffing & Volatile Substance Abuse - Nhuman Ga Nhä Mala Yätjkurr
Kinship Carer Services
Kinship Carer is a person that look after vulnerable child within their kinship Carer system: gurrutumirr yothuw djägamirr
Refers to the placement of children with relatives (kin), with persons without a blood relation but who have a relationship with the child or family, or with persons from the child's or family's community.
This is the Yalu Family and Children Services team
Yalu Aboriginal Corporation runs cultural camp programs called Raypirri in a beautiful and remote part of East Arnhem Land called Galiwin'ku.
The team and children collaboratively created this music video to demonstrate the amazing Yolngu culture.
This is Yalu Raypirri cultural program
Birthing on Country
Charles Darwin University and the Australian Doula College have proudly partnered to deliver Yolŋu djäkamirr training in Galiwinku.
A djäkamirr is an Indigenous Doula- childbirth companion. A Yolŋu djäkamirr is skilled in providing cultural, emotional and spiritual support to Yolŋu women during childbirth. They are very valuable. This is a Yalu, Birthing On Country, Molly Wardaguga Research Centre and Australian Doula College collaboration.
This short video was presented at a conference in Alice Springs to demonstrate the programs and activities that we do in our community called Galiwinku.
Cultural Rom (Aboriginal lore) is embedded into every program that are designed to support all the Djamarrkuli (children), youth
This is a Yalu and Learning On Country collaboration