CASSEtv is an new initiative for sharing news and videos from its programs. CASSE Aboriginal Australian Relations Program has recently uploaded a number of video interviews with people who are working towards creating safe supportive environments within communities, people who are working to change minds and save lives.
The most recent interview is with Ricky Mentha, an Indigenous Research Fellow with the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute. He shares his life journey with Pamela Nathan, Director of CASSE Aboriginal Australian Relations Program. Click on the link below to view this interview and others from CASSE’s recent trip to central Australia.
CASSE’s first cultural bush camps, part of our ‘Shields for Living, Tools for Life‘ program, have commenced to support at-risk young people to get ‘back on track’. Read story in the Centralian Advocate and media release from Minister Dale Wakefield here: casse.org.au/2019/11/01/bac… pic.twitter.com/ZIWaAVGR4V