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Educational and social rehabilitation in Australia

Educational and social rehabilitation of young Aboriginal men

For the first time, the Air Liquide Foundation is supporting a project in Australia by helping the Clontarf Foundation with a project involving the social and educational rehabilitation of young Aboriginal men.

Provide young people with stability and educational support

The Clontarf Foundation's aim is to provide these troubled young people with stability and educational support. Australian rules football is used as a way of teaching young Aboriginal men about discipline and the rules of society.

The Clontarf Foundation's holistic approach

The Clontarf Foundation's holistic approach is very effective in keeping these boys in school as well as - more generally - helping them adopt a more balanced lifestyle. The association's "mentors" are role models that support the young people in all aspects of their life: social, educational, and professional rehabilitation, diet, extra-curricular activities, etc …

Working in
54

establishments around Australia

2,900

students supported

90 %

have finished their schooling or got work or a qualification

The Air Liquide Fondation supports

The Air Liquide Fondation supports the "Clontarf Academy" in Gilmore College, located in the small town of Kwinana near Perth, in the south-west of Australia. 

PROJECT IDENTITY

  • Project initiator: Clontarf Foundation
  • Location: Kwinana, Western Australie
  • Year of support: 2014
  • Air Liquide Sponsor: Fiona Dillon, Air Liquide Western Australia