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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
December 16, 2015

Recognition is a mirror for us all

The following article was published by Sydney University, surmising the 'What is Recognition?' event, which was held on Tuesday the 10th of December. Pamela Nathan, Director of CASSE's Aboriginal Australian Relations Program, was a panelist at this significant event, alongside Professor Marcia Langton and Professor Duncan Ivison. The conversation and subsequent discussions were extremely interesting and thought provoking and no doubt many of the large audience were left feeling jilted of time to explore the ideas presented in far more detail. To this end, we look forward to bringing you much more on the psychoanalytic imperative for recognition in the coming weeks.
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 […]
October 21, 2015

What is recognition?

Save the date – 8 December 2015 SYDNEY IDEAS – WHAT IS RECOGNITION? Noel Pearson and Jonathan Lear in Conversation Event details When: Tuesday 8th December […]
August 5, 2015

Constitutional Recognition. The truth is…?

A one-sided leadership is a dead end. A one-sided recognition is no recognition at all for all Australians. Are we a Nobody’s Land or can we be a Land of mutually Recognised Peoples? Pamela Nathan on meaningful Indigenous input into Constitutional reform.
September 26, 2014

The importance of recognition, responsibility, truth, united reconciliation and race

By Pamela Nathan In support of Noel Pearson’s plea for the importance of recognition, responsibility, truth, united reconciliation and race Re ‘Time to bring us into […]
August 19, 2014

Noel Pearson – let’s separate the personal from the political

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Dropping bombs and stoking feuds: the other side of Noel Pearson’, by Paul Sheehan, published in ‘The Age‘ Comment, 17 August 2014 […]
July 31, 2014

ABC QandA live from GARMA Festival next week

Great news that ABC’s QandA will be broadcasting live from Garma Festival 2014 in Arnhem Land next Monday, 4 August 2014. The show will feature an […]
March 4, 2014

Empowering communities

by Pamela Nathan Re: NACCHO political alert: Elite “Empowered Communities” unit to drive Noel Pearson’s national Aboriginal reforms, published on 6 February 2014, in relation to Patricia […]
February 18, 2014

The bridge to optimism

‘Five reasons to be optimistic that Abbott can close the gap’, by Michael Gordon in The Saturday Age, 15 February, 2014 Noel Pearson says, “we are at […]
January 28, 2014

Australians of the year

by Pamela Nathan Adam Goodes – Australia Day Council’s ‘Australian of the Year’. Marcia Langton*, Warren Mundine, Noel Pearson, Andrew Forrest and Adam Goodes – put forward […]
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’ […]

Acting Chair of CASSE, Chris Croker, speaking to the Hon Dale Wakefield about CASSE's 'Shields for Life, Tools for Living' program, part of the government's 'Back on Track' initiative. Proud to be helping break the cycle of trauma for young Territorians. facebook.com/dale4braitling… pic.twitter.com/yYeKHuFHTV

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