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December 18, 2018

Papunya Art Camp 2

This year the Men’s Tjilirra Movement (MTM) partnered with Papunya Tjupi Arts to offer two Men’s Art and Cultural Revival Camps, generously supported by Arts NT.  Following is the full report […]
April 20, 2018

Kintore Kungkas Trip

Jamie has maintained weekly journal recordings of his work with the MTM, and the MTM's progress, since its inception. Following is an excerpt from a recent trip to Kintore...
April 6, 2018

NITV Radio – Teaching men how to be men

Listen NITV Radio's full report by Bertrand Tungandame on the Kurruna Mwarre Ingkintja–Good Spirit Men’s Place Research Project, including interviews with Ken Lechleitner Pangarte and Pamela Nathan.
February 2, 2018

Ken Lechleitner Pangarta joins CASSE leadership team

CASSE is very proud to announce the appointment of Ken Lechleitner Pangarta to the CASSE Committee of Management.
December 17, 2017

International recognition

John, Lord Alderdice (pictured above) is an International Ambassador for CASSE and a determined advocate for conflict resolution and social justice. He has forwarded to CASSE, for distribution to our network, the following correspondence regarding the role of the Government of England in relation to recognition of, and treaties with, First Nations people of Australia, Canada and New Zealand. He has also invited suggestions for follow-up questions.
May 26, 2017

This is a historic and potentially transformative time

Image (left to right): Rob Springall (Chair, CASSE), Jamie Millier Tjupurrula (CASSE Program Manager, MTM), Nathan Brown (Translator and Cultural Advisor, CASSE), The Hon Mark Dreyfus, […]
March 5, 2017

MAKING NEWS: THE MEN’S TJILIRRA MOVEMENT

CASSE’s ground-breaking community psychoanalytic approach to Aboriginal mental health is achieving positive outcomes. The Men’s Tjilirra Movement (MTM), facilitated by CASSE and in collaboration with the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), is leading cultural revival, changing minds and saving lives in the central western desert region of Australia. Ryan Liddle and the NITV team filmed a feature story about the inspiring men involved in this movement which premiered on 'Living Black' last week. Don't panic if you missed it - it will be replayed on Living Black on SBS on Monday 6th March at 5pm. Following is the story about the MTM which is published on the NITV website.
September 16, 2016

Recognition? It’s a matter of life and death in Aboriginal Australia.

As an ABC documentary to air on September 20 asks 'RECOGNITION: Yes or No?', it may be time for you to get a copy of CASSE's 'Recognition' booklet and consider this question from the psychological viewpoint. Written by the Director of CASSE's Aboriginal Australian Relations Program, Pamela Nathan, in preparation for her role as a panellist at the Sydney Ideas event 'What is Recognition?', featuring Noel Pearson and Jonathan Lear, 'Recognition - A matter of life and death in Aboriginal Australia' is a 30 page booklet
May 9, 2016

Suicide Prevention Conference – “Reconciliation is built in sharing and hearing our stories”

The CASSE Team was privileged to attend and participate in the inaugural National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Conference held in Alice Springs on the […]
May 6, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE: Men’s Tjilirra Movement to present ancient tools for modern healing at inaugural Suicide Prevention Conference

A growing movement in Australia’s remote central and western desert region is re-establishing a cycle that was on the brink of destruction in order to change […]
February 3, 2016

Terra Nullius, the Australian Dream and the House of Lords

MEDIA RELEASE A new approach to recognising Aboriginal Australia’s colonial nightmare was discussed in the House of Lords this week as leading Australian psychoanalytic psychotherapist, CASSE's Pamela Nathan, joined Lord John Alderdice to present work being done in Central Australia that is embracing ancient practices in order to find a way forward.
December 9, 2015

So what is recognition?

Thanks to Sydney Ideas for hosting a terrific event last night, the 8th of December, featuring Noel Pearson and Professor Jonathan Lear in conversation discussing ‘What […]

Looking for a special gift this Christmas? Our Men's Tjilirra Movement t-shirts look great and support the MTM's work on country. Check them out: casse.org.au/casse-merchand… pic.twitter.com/biU91xa6Bs

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