CASSE’s story is one of engagement with Aboriginal communities out west and in Central Australia.
This year to date, 488 men and 61 women have engaged with the Men’s Tjilirra Movement:
engaging in cultural revival – making traditional tools, caring for country, camping on country, in ceremony, sharing sacred stories, and telling stories of pain and creating new feelings and new stories for living – also at the heart of psychological healing and growth.
The Men's Tjilirra Movement was involved in workshops at Kintore last week. Working together to make tjilirra - traditional tools - strengthens cultural connection and provides a safe place to open up the difficult conversations that can #changeminds and #savelives #oncountry pic.twitter.com/wKfDMU8qlk