CASSE’s story is one of engagement with Aboriginal communities out west and in Central Australia.
This year to date, 488 men and 61 women have engaged with the Men’s Tjilirra Movement:
engaging in cultural revival – making traditional tools, caring for country, camping on country, in ceremony, sharing sacred stories, and telling stories of pain and creating new feelings and new stories for living – also at the heart of psychological healing and growth.
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. pic.twitter.com/gUG5vXD8Qx