Tag: indigenous

  • 2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – “On Reconciliation”

    Guest Blogger – The Koori Woman This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read posts by  Inala Cooper of Monash University, Shireen Morris of the Cape York Institute and Luke Pearson of AboriginalOz and Indigenous X. It wasn’t until Kevin Rudd gave his Apology speech that I felt, for […]

  • Children’s Ground: A model that could end intergenerational poverty in Australia

    By Claerwen O’Hara, Castan Centre In-House Intern Short and long videos of our event with Children’s Ground can be found at the bottom of this article. Children’s Ground is an innovative organisation that works with children in communities that are devastated by intergenerational poverty and inequity. While the model has been inspired and reinforced by […]

  • Sometimes cricket is “just not cricket”

    by Sarah Joseph Summer is here in Australia, which means many hours of cricket on radio and television, and, for those in capital cities, occasional opportunities to see the players in real life.  Given the subject matter of this blog, I think it an opportune time to reflect on some of the many intersections between […]