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October 14, 2013

I Shall Not Hate

Book review by Margaret Nixon, Manager of Research and Training, CASSE. ‘I Shall Not Hate’, Izzeldin Abuelaish, 2011, Bloomsbury Publishing, London ‘I Shall Not Hate’ is […]
September 23, 2013

Radical Hope: Cape York Aboriginal Australian Academy Evaluation

by Margaret Nixon, Manager of Research and Training, CASSE A year ago I read with interest the book ‘Radical Hope: Education and Equality in Australian Education’ […]
July 16, 2013

Don’t Peak at High School: From Bullied to A-list

by Margaret Nixon, CASSE Re: the book “Don’t Peak at High School: From bullied to A-list” edited by Fiona Scott-Norman I decided to read “Don’t Peak […]
June 27, 2013

Two-Way Justice in the Northern Territory: Potential for the way forward

by Margaret Nixon The place of Customary Law and White Law is a contentious and divisive issue within countries where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people coexist. The […]
May 14, 2013

‘Reverie’ exhibition explores mentalisation and emotional wellbeing

By Margaret Nixon The ability to mentalise, to stop and think about the thoughts and actions of oneself and of others, is central to CASSE’s approach […]
March 26, 2013

A Developmental Approach to Mentalizing Communities

by Margaret Nixon I came across this article by Twemlow, Fonagy and Sacco some time ago and it is one I often recommend to people who […]
November 26, 2012

The impact of educational trends on access to innovative wellbeing approaches

by Margaret Nixon I read “NAPLAN tests take heavy toll”, by Jewel Topsfield, published in The Age today (link to article), with great interest. That the […]
August 8, 2011

Creating Safe Places in Response to Disaster – The Christchurch Experience

by Margaret Nixon When disasters like earthquakes and floods hit, it is the images of children that often appear on our screens. We see images as […]

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