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NACCHO Aboriginal Health News : $6 Billion dollar funding debate , Hard evidence necessary to lift Indigenous welfare

“Rhetoric about closing the gap and advocacy for various Indigenous programs cannot paper over such a gaping hole in governance. It’s no surprise that public policy debates — not only in Indigenous affairs but also in areas such as health and education — are so impoverished.” 1,354 more words

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service

What's the Worst That Could Happen?

Three days until we launch our Telus Optik multicultural comedy!  Please enjoy this little clip of Ollie’s bad, bad dream!

The Ollie and Emma Gang


NACCHO #HearingAwarenessWeek : Two very moving stories from the Aboriginal Hearing Program

” Canberra mother Rebecca Lester, of the Wonnara Nation from the NSW Hunter Valley, has praised Canberra’s Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Services Aboriginal Hearing Program for saving her daughters hearing and supporting her look forward to a productive and promising school career. 1,188 more words

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service

What Pagans can learn from the Aboriginal People's - How to re-enchant the land!

Recently I wrote a post called – What Pagans can learn from Asia. It was a summary of the things I discovered about people’s religious ideas in Asia. 824 more words


NACCHO #BlackLivesMatter : WALEED Aly dismay over Australia’s willingness to accept black deaths in custody

“Or maybe they’ve not even committed a crime at all. They’ve just been detained for their own safety. And this is a penalty we’ve administered almost 400 times in the last 25 years.” 522 more words

Indigenous Health

The Marginalisation of Digital Literacy.

Are we digitally literate?

Were we ready for the Census? A discussion surrounding the pitfalls of promoting digital literacy and the ramifications of assumption.

The Census provides basis for topical discussion in 2016 as the previously paper survey turned digital. 517 more words

Never Profit off Our Own Culture

James meets the Elders.


The Ollie and Emma Gang