Lilly Brown

PhD Candidate, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne

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Politics & Society

The power of Garma

The Garma Festival in Arnhem Land brings together business leaders, politicians, intellectuals and the region’s Yolngu clans for a policy conference on the opportunities and challenges facing Aboriginal people. But it’s much more than that.

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Education

Changing face of Indigenous education

The first Aboriginal student graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1959. Since then, the higher education landscape has radically changed for the better.

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