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March 19, 2015

Letter to the Editor – Place to call home is central to wellbeing

Pamela Nathan responded to the Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott’s, recent comments about ‘lifestyle choice’ in relation to the forcible closure of communities in Western […]
February 4, 2015

Resistance, withdrawal and endurance to guard the sacred

By Pamela Nathan The Old Time Past has a Living Presence – Resistance, Withdrawal and/or Timeless and Transforming Endurance? It was with great interest and relief […]
October 31, 2014

Nomad’s Land

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Whatever happened to the Pintupi Nine?’, by Richard Guilliat, published in The Australian, October 25th, 2014 Richard reminds us that Yalti and […]
October 20, 2014

Results do matter

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Only results should matter’, Opinion editorial by Nyunggai Warren Mundine, published in The Australian, Monday 20th October 2014. This article highlights the […]
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 […]
July 22, 2014

Charlie’s Country

By Pamela Nathan Charlie’s Country is a very powerful film – The Rolf de Heer film stars David Gulpilil who won best actor in Un Certain […]
May 21, 2014

Warren Mundine warns on remote funding

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Warren Mundine warns on remote funding’, by Patricia Karvelas, published in The Australian, May 20, 2014 Patricia Karvelas reports that scores of […]
May 7, 2014

Racism cut deeply

By Pamela Nathan Re ‘Racism cut me deep: Adam Goodes casts Eddie McGuire aside’, by Peter Lalor, published in The Australian, May 6, 2014 In the glaring […]
March 24, 2014

Communicating the contagion of suicide vital

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Science searches for answers on why teen suicide is contagious’, by Trent Dalton, published in THE Weekend Australian, 22-23 March, 2014 Trent Dalton reports: […]
March 24, 2014

Ramping up the bid to end truancy – considerations for success

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Rollout ramped up in bid to beat truancy’, by Patricia Karvelas, published in The Weekend Australian, 22-23 mMarch 2014 Karvelas reports that […]
March 19, 2014

Section 18C – the debate rages on

By Elizabeth Lindner And so the debate rages. FOUR articles in today’s issue of The Australian relating to Section 18C. It is, indeed, a complex and […]
March 19, 2014

Section 18C – a ‘legislative dog’s dinner?’

By Pamela Nathan RE: Abbott must fix problems in Race Act’ by Nick Cater, published in The Australian, 18 March, 2014 “It is a legislative dog’s dinner that Attorney-General […]

On the tragic fatal shooting in Yuendumu, CASSE extends deepest respect, sympathy and sadness to Kumanjayi’s family and the entire community.

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