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March 21, 2019

Listen for the Heartbeat- International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Image by Valentin Antonucci from Pexels By Pamela Nathan Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It is a poignant end to a week that […]
October 8, 2018

A COMPELLING BOOK AND A COMPELLING FILM

By Pamela Nathan Terra Nullius and One Night The Moon Terra Nullius The book Terra Nullius by first time author Claire G Coleman (2017) published by […]
October 28, 2016

Dear Antoinette

Australia has not been a country of master-slave, but a servile consciousness has been perpetuated by the declaration of Terra Nullius, of needing to grant citizenship and land rights and having corralled people into settlements, curfews and 'half-caste' regulations. Gary’s Letter to Antoinette is a very moving letter of remembrance, of deep apology and a wish to repair damage done from a man who grew up in Cape Town, South Africa.
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.
January 25, 2016

Terra Nullius and the Australian dream

On Australia Day we need to recognise the First Nation. How can we forget that Australia was declared Terra Nullius? Recognition cuts to the heart of what an individual needs to have a sound mind. It is essential for the well-being of our national psyche. To treat the mind we need to address issues of recognition at a personal and individual level. Then Healing can come. To treat our national psyche we need cultural and constitutional recognition for Aboriginal peoples.
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 […]

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