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March 7, 2014

NT Chief Minister endorses CASSE Booklets

The CASSE Team was delighted to receive a letter from Adam Giles, the NT Chief Minister, endorsing the booklets published by CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program […]
August 28, 2013

Suggested reading before the forum…

The August edition of ‘InPsych’, the Australian Psychological Society’s bimonthly bulletin, focuses on ‘Psychological Perspectives of Racism’: www.psychology.org.au/publications/. Timely reading in the lead-up to CASSE’s ‘Reconciliation […]
July 9, 2013

Gang Girls – Girls Gone Wild

by Pamela Nathan, CASSE Aboriginal Program Director Re: James Brickwood’s article in the Saturday Age (Good Weekend) on 6 July 2013 “Gang Girls – Girls Gone […]
June 27, 2013

Two-Way Justice in the Northern Territory: Potential for the way forward

by Margaret Nixon The place of Customary Law and White Law is a contentious and divisive issue within countries where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people coexist. The […]
May 29, 2013

Now it’s about ‘bringing indigenous into the fold’

by Pamela Nathan, Director, CASSE’s Aboriginal Program RE: The Age, Monday 27 May 2013 Last weekend saw Michael Long set off on the first leg of […]
March 26, 2013

A Developmental Approach to Mentalizing Communities

by Margaret Nixon I came across this article by Twemlow, Fonagy and Sacco some time ago and it is one I often recommend to people who […]

It has been a BIG year for us all! COVID-19 catapulted us all a crisis curveball and thrust Black Lives Matter into centre stage. In 2020 CASSE has been on the rollercoaster ride but stood strong. Read all about our achievements in our latest newsletter: mailchi.mp/bf4f0f86e12b/c…

About 4 months ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web App