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MEDIA

Interested in developing a media story about CASSE’s approach to changing minds and saving lives? Contact us to arrange an interview with one of our psychological professionals.

Please contact:

Elizabeth Lindner |  T: 0407 725 242  |  E: elizabeth.lindner@casse.org.au

Current Media Releases:

March 2018: CASSE CAAC Joint Media Release – Talking powerfully from the heart – Launch of Kurruna Mwarre Ingkintja – Good Spirit Men’s Place – Research Project Report

Media Release Archive:

March 2017: CASSE Media Release – Symposium seeks breakthroughs in psychological and political recognition

July 2016: CASSE Media Release – Programs to regain humanity, not state sanctioned torture

May 2016: CASSE Media Release – presenting ancient tools for modern healing at inaugural Suicide Prevention Conference

February 2016: CASSE Media Release – Terra Nullius, the Australian Dream and the House of Lords

December 2015: CASSE Media Release – What is Recognition? Public event 8th December 2015

August 2014: CASSE Media Release – Parenting expert Dr Andrew Wake supports bullying conference 

August 2014 – CASSE Media Release – Parents of bullies and victims need help too

July 2014 – CASSE Media Release – Celebrity Parent Hero – Jo Stanley

July 2014 – CASSE Media Release – CASSE Parent Hero Awards

May 2014 – CASSE Deakin Joint Media Release – Computer Games Project

Dec 2013 – CASSE Media Release – Peaceful Schools Program Set To Expand

Dec 2013 – CASSE Media Background – Peaceful Schools Program, Monterey Secondary College

Aug 2013 – CASSE Media Release – Reconciliation Forum 2013

Sept 2013 – CASSE Media Release – Walk In My Shoes

Sept 2013 – Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Media Release_Community Forum

Sept 2013 – CASSE Media Release – Historic meeting to take place at Reconciliation Forum

Sept 2013 – CASSE Media Release – Alderdice link to John King


In the news…

CASSE's Men's Tjilirra Movement works with communities to offer workshops for men, women and youth, building cultural and intergenerational connections. While people are engaged with the MTM, they are helping to keep their communities safe! casse.org.au/what-we-delive… pic.twitter.com/GdG3wTnw4G

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