The Ngaga-dji (hear me) project voices the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Victoria’s youth justice system. Ngaga-dji is driving the change Victoria’s youth justice system needs to enable Aboriginal children to thrive in their communities.
The stories in Ngaga-dji are from the heart, they are about love, trauma, strength, discrimination and healing. They are about justice and equality. These children are telling their stories because they trust us to listen and take action on the Ngaga-dji solutions.
We invite you to join us in sharing our stories and vision. By continuing the work of Ngaga-dji we are acting on the voices of children who are calling for change.
Learn more about the Ngaga-dji project.
We are extremely humbled to receive the Liberty Victoria Young Voltaire Award on behalf of the children who have trusted us with their stories. The collaborative project led by Anna Cerrato and Indi Clarke, voices the experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Victoria’s youth justice system.