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Cleansing rain signals new beginning

As the rain quenches and cleanses central Australia, CASSE’s Pamela Nathan and Anne Kantor have headed to the heart of our country to commence two new projects for CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program.
The Tjilirra Project, working with Project Manager Jamie Millier and in collaboration with Martin Juggadai and the RFDS’ David Beveridge, is commencing in the communities of Haasts Bluff, Mt Liebig, Papunya, Kintore.
In Alice Springs, the Men’s Shed project in partnership with CAACAC and Ingkintja is beginning with Project Officer Shane Franey.
More details about both projects coming soon. In the meantime, please read about the projects in our recent newsletter: http://createsend.com/t/r-6265B162BB044CF22540EF23F30FEDED

The Northern Territory's numbers in youth detention are soaring - ABC News. As more Aboriginal youth enter detention, CASSE’s cultural healing camp at Alice Springs Youth Detention Centre is an essential program that brings culture and Country into custody. pic.twitter.com/mWxZIPyRXl

About 2 weeks ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone