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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 […]
December 17, 2017

International recognition

John, Lord Alderdice (pictured above) is an International Ambassador for CASSE and a determined advocate for conflict resolution and social justice. He has forwarded to CASSE, for distribution to our network, the following correspondence regarding the role of the Government of England in relation to recognition of, and treaties with, First Nations people of Australia, Canada and New Zealand. He has also invited suggestions for follow-up questions.
June 2, 2017

Constitutional recognition and the Uluru convention – what it all means

Discussion and debate about constitutional recognition and the outcome of last week’s Uluru convention of hundreds of Aboriginal community leaders will continue to build as Australia decides […]
June 27, 2016

Save our Women!

By Pamela Nathan “Would Indigenous women and children feel safer if constitutional recognition, or even a treaty, eventuated in Australia?” asks Hannah McGlade in ‘The Australian’. And, […]

CASSE’s first cultural bush camps, part of our ‘Shields for Living, Tools for Life‘ program, have commenced to support at-risk young people to get ‘back on track’. Read story in the Centralian Advocate and media release from Minister Dale Wakefield here: casse.org.au/2019/11/01/bac… pic.twitter.com/ZIWaAVGR4V

About 2 weeks ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web App