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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 Australians. Unemployment 50-300 percent higher. The enormous and shocking disparity between Indigenous and non-indigenous Australians is now firmly on the election and political agenda. As it should be. It’s time for all Australians to take part in generating a new dialogue about Reconciliation. Don’t wait for the election results to be part of this process. REGISTER NOW to attend RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA: Psychological perspectives. It’s about changing minds and saving lives.

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On the road yesterday to Tennant Creek with Nik, passing the Devils Marbles, to meet with Central Land Council delegates and Attorney General Selena Uibo about youth justice issues and our program Shields For Living Tools For Life.

About 3 hours ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone