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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 […]
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 […]
March 8, 2019

Happy International Women’s Day!

At CASSE we are incredibly honoured to work with remarkable Indigenous women who stand strongly and proudly for their communities and people. On International Women’s Day, […]
August 22, 2018

The power of doubt

By Pamela Nathan Following on from our last blog, I would like to share thoughts from two more important thinkers – both from central Australia. They […]
August 6, 2018

Truthtelling

By Pamela Nathan In the past week I have read the transcripts of two incredibly powerful addresses. ‘Truth’ was at the heart of both – the denial of truth, […]
November 9, 2017

Non-Indigenous Australians support ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’

Along with many First Nations People, many non-Indigenous Australians were disappointed in the Government’s response to the Referendum Council’s ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’, which was […]
September 18, 2017

The Heart of the Matter

CASSE was privileged to be among those invited to present, share and talk about our work at the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists' (RANZCP) 2017 Psychotherapy Conference, which was hosted at Uluru from the 15th to the 17th of September...
September 8, 2017

Between catastrophe and survival

Stan Grant's recent feature story about Captain Cook's arrival in Australia ('Between catastrophe and survival: The real journey Captain Cook set us on' By Stan Grant, ABC News, 25 Aug 2017) is a moving insight into the truths, lies, contradictions and possibilities around the 'birth' of Australia.

The Men's Tjilirra Movement was involved in workshops at Kintore last week. Working together to make tjilirra - traditional tools - strengthens cultural connection and provides a safe place to open up the difficult conversations that can #changeminds and #savelives #oncountry pic.twitter.com/wKfDMU8qlk

About 12 hours ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client