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March 8, 2019

Three stories, one message

By Pamela Nathan There are three exceptional – and very moving – essays that I have read recently that share a common thread – the critical […]
April 23, 2018

Southern Summer Songlines Suite: Country needs Composers

Loyola Woods-Cameron was a key organiser of the 2017 RANZCP Faculty of Psychotherapy Conference 201 7, which was held at Uluru and featured Pamela Nathan, Director […]
September 20, 2016

A week of pride, shame and hope in parliament

Last week Australia was presented with the Maiden Speeches of our new politicians. While often this time passes with little to cause more than a ripple, this week was different. There were waves of pride, followed by a tsunami of shame, followed by healing waves of hope.
August 12, 2015

Recognition sleight of hand

In his opinion piece pertaining to indigenous constitutional conventions, published in 'The Australian', Wesley Aird states: "It is difficult to see how an indigenous-only process could work, given there is no way of knowing who would be eligible to participate. In any case, a referendum ought to be for all Australians." Pamela Nathan comments that Aird's arguments against indigenous constitutional conventions are a sleight of hand. If the process in the lead up to the referendum can be about recognition, consultation, discussion and the chance to have a voice and to be heard, maybe then it can also offer hope for reconciliation.
July 7, 2014

Unsettled? Time for justice for Australia’s Indigenous people and their ancient, continuing culture.

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Time to settle on justice for indigenous people’, Editorial, published in The Age, 7th July 2014 I commend The Age for this […]
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

Public Forum presentations now online

Videos from CASSE’s recent public forum, ‘Reconciliation Australia: Psychological Perspectives’, are now available online. Guest Speakers: Lord John Alderdice Professor Marcia Langton AM Professor Ian Anderson […]
August 28, 2013

Suggested reading before the forum…

The August edition of ‘InPsych’, the Australian Psychological Society’s bimonthly bulletin, focuses on ‘Psychological Perspectives of Racism’: www.psychology.org.au/publications/. Timely reading in the lead-up to CASSE’s ‘Reconciliation […]
August 28, 2013

Walk In My Shoes

Following CASSE’s Reconciliation Public Forum in Melbourne on September 7, international Peace experts Lord John Alderdice and Professor Stuart Twemlow will travel with the CASSE team […]
August 25, 2013

TIME RUNNING OUT TO REGISTER FOR RECONCILIATION PUBLIC FORUM

CASSE wants to spark a new psychological dialogue about reconciliation in Australia and we want YOU to be part of this conversation. ‘RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA: Psychological Perspectives’  […]
August 11, 2013

Reconciliation about changing minds and saving lives

by Pamela Nathan, CASSE Aboriginal Program Director 2.5% of the Australian population. 25% of the prison population. Life expectancy almost 20 years lower than for non-indigenous […]
August 2, 2013

REGISTER NOW FOR RECONCILIATION PUBLIC FORUM

RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA: Psychological Perspectives Saturday 7th September 2013 10.00am – 5.00pm The Melbourne Brain Centre, Kenneth Myer Building, University of Melbourne 30 Royal Parade, Parkville Register […]

Congratulations on this important milestone and for giving so many Indigenous people a voice that we can hear, loud and clear!! twitter.com/IndigenousXLtd…

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