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What education for Indigenous Futures could look like

As NAIDOC week celebrates the theme 'Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud', the conditions are ripe for increased First Language learning across Australia’s schools

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Arts & Culture

‘The more you tell a story, the stronger the story becomes’

Indigenous-led songwriting is helping to celebrate cultural knowledge, revitalise language and improve wellbeing in a remote community in the central Kimberley

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Health & Medicine


Book extract

The Voice to Parliament and echoes of Mabo

Australians vote this year in a referendum that could enshrine an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, alongside State and region-based Treaties, Truth-Telling and State based-Voices to Parliament

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Book extract

Educating Australia on Indigenous Voice

The failure of Australia’s formal education to produce an informed electorate that understands the need for an Indigenous Voice to parliament highlights our lack of an inclusive curriculum

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Health & Medicine

Healing Country

As we adapt to climate change, it’s essential that we recognise the deep knowledge First Peoples bring in managing and adapting to environments over millennia

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Health & Medicine


Under the Microscope

Decolonising social work

Social worker, educator and proud Durrumbal/Kullilli and Yidinji woman, Tileah Drahm-Butler, finds a narrative therapy approach is resonating with Aboriginal practitioners and clients alike

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Politics & Society

Safeguarding our shared cultural heritage

There are thousands of agreements in place between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, but Traditional Owners need the right data to inform decision making

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Arts & Culture

50 words in Australian Indigenous languages

A new online resource – the 50 Words Project – makes words from local Indigenous languages available for every Australian to hear and learn

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Health & Medicine

Voice. Treaty. Truth.

Indigenous relations in Australia have come a long way, but it’s clear there is still a long and uncomfortable way to go

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