ICAP

Indigenous Cancer Advocacy Program

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Supporting Indigenous cancer advocates

 

The Indigenous Cancer Advocacy program (ICAP) is an initiative developed by Menzies School of Health Research to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer survivors to advocate for change to improve cancer services in their communities.


About ICAP

ICAP aims to address poorer cancer outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

ICAP includes a one day workshop and training manual, printed and audio-visual resources and online help to support participants.

 

Become an advocate

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer survivors who are interested in becoming ICAP advocates can register their interest with ICAP by completing the enquiry form. An ICAP officer will then contact you to discuss your interest.

 

ICAP training materials

 
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Campaign case studies

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training videos

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training manual

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