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June 14, 2019

MAKING NEW TOOLS FOR LIVING

As published in ‘Alice Springs News Online’, 13 June 2019 By PAMELA NATHAN with JAMIE MILLIER TJUPURRULA  Images courtesy the Men’s Tjilirra Movement. We know all the children in […]
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...
September 18, 2017

The Heart of the Matter

CASSE was privileged to be among those invited to present, share and talk about our work at the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists' (RANZCP) 2017 Psychotherapy Conference, which was hosted at Uluru from the 15th to the 17th of September...
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.
July 25, 2016

Congratulations!!!

I am so proud to share the news that two of CASSE's key people have gained formal recognition for their work - Jamie Millier Tjupurrula and Harry Hayes.
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 […]

Lessons from Vincent Lingiari: Voice is worth the fight. Ken Wyatt has ruled out a constitutionally enshrined First Nations' Voice, but Aboriginal people won't be heard without one. theage.com.au/national/lesso… via @theage

About 4 days ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client