Tag: Reconciliation

  • Thoughts on Nelson Mandela

    by Sarah Joseph  (speech at the Monash University memorial service to Nelson Mandela at the Monash Religious Centre, 13 December 2013, 1pm) I am very honoured to be speaking today at this memorial service for Nelson Mandela. Nelson Mandela, Madiba, was a true human rights inspiration, for his fight against apartheid, but even more so […]

  • 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 […]

  • 2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – Symbolism, change and reconciliation

    Guest Blogger – Luke Pearson, IndigenousX This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read the  post by Inala Cooper of Monash University, and the post by Shireen Morris of the Cape York Institute. National Reconciliation Week is upon us… and Sorry Day is just behind us.And sadly […]

  • 2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – Southern Dreaming: A Reconciliation Retrospective

    Guest Blogger: Inala Cooper, Senior Adviser Indigenous Policy and Strategy, Monash University This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read the post by Shireen Morris of the Cape York Institute and the post by Luke Pearson of AboriginalOz and Indigenous X. One thing you can be guaranteed of in […]