Biennale of Sydney @biennalesydney and @AIATSIS will be collaborating for the next four years to provide a platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities to explore and share their historic stories.
OPINION: The gaps in indigenous health can be closed - but this requires capitalising on the opportunities presented by the COAG partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island representatives, and a real-world approach, writes Ian Ring.
“The importance of protesting and not putting restrictions in place, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people, a marginalised community have relied on our ability to protest and walk the streets and raise awareness of what are facing,” @CharleeSueFrail #TheDrum
“We need to understand what white settlement has meant, how it changed the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people-We need to debate that openly and honestly. Not from the perspective of guilt or blame but a shared sense of history.” @MelindaCilento #auspol #TheDrum
“There is no point imposing solutions on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community. This conversation needs to be regional, local, and brought to the national parliament so that the decisions aren't being made in isolation or top-down.” Kerryn Phelps#TheDrum #auspol
Shaun Burgoyne is one of four Hawks at this week's Indigenous All Stars Summit in Adelaide. He spoke about his mentoring role at the event with 71 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island players in attendance. ?? ?:
UTS will build an Indigenous residential college to encourage more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island students to go to university
2-7 Jul 2018 | Immerse yourself in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island culture at Keep The Flame of Culture Burning Festival in . Be entertained by emerging artists, cultural groups & taste traditional foods! ? #thisisqueensland #exploretnq
It's been 100 years since Palm Island was established as one of Australia's harshest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander settlements. takes a look at the islands turbulent past and bright future. Tonight, 9pm on NITV (Ch. 34). #LivingBlack
#Tonight a new series of #LivingBlack returns explores Palm Island on the 100th anniversary of its establishment as a notoriously harsh Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander settlement. Join the Conversation (9pm Ch. 34)