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North east to south west: learning of peoples from the first nations of Australia

sue gordon_and_tammy_willilamsMy Little Sister would often say, "Michelle if you really want it, you may have to go the extra distance to get it". Well my Little Sister, here I am totally out of my comfort zone, thousands of kilometres away from our home country by studying at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. The university campus sits within the Nyungar Nation where over time many people, both...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 08:27

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Nyoongar deal smacks of strings attached

perth protest_governorCo-written by Professor Len Collard, Nyoongar Whadjuk Traditional Owner (of the Swan River lands) and academic, who has had senior appointments at four of Perth's five universities), and Gerry Georgatos, PhD Law researcher in Australian Deaths in Custody, Masters in Human Rights, Masters in Social Justice, and a journalist with The National Indigenous Times.

Kain wangka nyuny wangka...

 

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