Why is it important to avoid generalisation with cultural groups Avoid

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13. Why is it important to avoid generalisation with cultural groups? 14. What do we mean by cultural safety in an ECEC service? Research Australian Laws regarding Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety to assist you. 15. Record 2 cultural safety issues that may impact service delivery in an ECEC service. - Asking about family and sharing information about yourself before attempting to discuss any other issue - Ensuring a person never feel shame, ridicule or disempowerment and never discuss confidential matters in public and always be discrete. 16. List the contact details of 2 local services, including name of service, location and phone number, which could assist with interpreting information for people from diverse backgrounds. 17. List the contact details of 2 specific local Aboriginal services and in your own words describe what they specialise in to accommodate Aboriginal & Torres Strait people in this community. Choose either your local area or where your placement service is located. 18. List 2 advantages of liaising with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people in an ECEC service. Collaboration with Ethnic cultures and communities help to learn and understand more about cultural diversity and its different lifestyle aspects. Liaising with them It helps to learn new languages, new dishes and meals, new arts and music, new uses and customs.
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