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Faces in Spaces

Faces In Spaces was a place based program of activities developed to enable Darwin residents to build a shared sense of place and connect to their community and each other. Vulnerable, rough sleepers were connected with services such as access to internet, food vouhcers, health clinics, the choice to return to country or a place to sleep for the night.

Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services, and the City of Darwin, as part of Darwin’s Safer City Initiative.

Story Lounge

The Story Lounge 

30 people were interviewed to show a diverse cross section of views about public life in Darwin. We interviewed people who were living rough, were experiencing mental health barriers as well as everyday members of the general public. Interviews took place at Faces in Spaces’ activities – the Green Room and Arts on the Move, at the Mi Place drop in centre for people and at FORWAARD Aboriginal Corporation.