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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 […]
September 30, 2016

Julian Leeser’s courageous stand on suicide

By Pamela Nathan In my previous blog, A week of pride, shame and hope in parliament (20 Sept 2016), I acknowledged some of the high and low-lights of […]
August 24, 2015

Listening heals rifts

By Pamela Nathan As the Prime Minister immerses himself in his week long visit to the remote community of Murray Island in the Torres Strait, it […]
August 5, 2015

Constitutional Recognition. The truth is…?

A one-sided leadership is a dead end. A one-sided recognition is no recognition at all for all Australians. Are we a Nobody’s Land or can we be a Land of mutually Recognised Peoples? Pamela Nathan on meaningful Indigenous input into Constitutional reform.

Great to see the KURRUNA MWARRE INGKINTJA – GOOD SPIRIT MEN’S PLACE research collaboration between CASSE and @CAACongress featured in this @NACCHOAustralia communique for #MensHealthWeek nacchocommunique.com/tag/cent… For more info about the project: casse.org.au/what-we-delive…

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