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Office of Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Leadership (OPVCIL) at CDU is committed to being a leader in Indigenous participation in the NT and beyond.
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ABC The Drum Feb 14
“To have someone say ‘you probably have some really racist attitudes’- It's a statistical reality that you probably do.” says Australians grow up being bombarded with racist stereotypes and people need to re-educate themselves and gain "anti-racist skills"
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June Oscar Feb 12
Today marks 11 years since the national apology to the Stolen Generations. In 2019, too many of our children are being removed from their families. To dramatically reverse the rate of Indigenous children in out of home care, we need to be part of the solutions.
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Northern Institute Feb 11
Aboriginal Cosmology Symposium 21-22 Feb 2019 at A showcase of NI's research in the field of Aboriginal/Yolŋu Cosmology FREE! Places are limited & filling up fast. Program/Register:
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IndigenousLeadership Feb 12
Today hosted a Children's Uni Day at the Casuarina campus. Students from CDU’s Children’s University schools explored the Uni & at the Indigenous Leadership Precinct students learned about the Didgeridoo & made traditional woven reed bracelets.
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CDU Vice-Chancellor Feb 5
150 years ago today, George W Goyder landed in Darwin to found what we know now as the City of Darwin. His party were welcomed by Larrakia traditional owners, & whilst not without challenges, their ongoing tolerance & support has been key to the modern success of this foray.
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IndigenousLeadership Feb 6
Watch “Yirrkala Learning on Country Promo” on
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Charles Darwin University Jan 29
CDU and ANU have launched the first university-level course teaching Kunwinjku - an endangered Aboriginal language spoken by the Bininj people of West Arnhem Land in northern Australia. Read more:
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AusoftheYearAwards Jan 25
Congratulations to our 2019 Young Australian of the Year - Danzal Baker and Australia's Local Heroes - Kate and Tick Everett
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International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019 Jan 21
We need YOU to promote, preserve and support . Calling all governments, civil societies, public & private sector institutions - Join us for the International Year of Indigenous Languages & help us make a difference!
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Larrakia Dev Corp Jan 7
The establishment of a dedicated Unit is a cornerstone of our proposed Larrakia Centre development. Details to be announced shortly.
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ABC Indigenous Dec 27
What the Indigenous community of Yarrabah Queensland did to tackle its suicide crisis. via
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NITV Dec 16
Announcing Labor's new RAP, Mr Dodson labelled the community development program “discriminatory, punitive and ineffective”.
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Northern Institute Dec 14
Looking for a uniquely gift? Gäwa Yolŋu Research Posters by Dr Kathy (Gotha) Guthadjaka AO are available for purchase from Bookshop ($29.95) or Northern Institute (cash only $25). To view: All proceeds fund further projects by Gotha on Gäwa.
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IndigenousLeadership Dec 10
The Federal Government has announced the appointment of Mr Romlie Mokak as the first full-time Indigenous Policy Evaluation Commissioner of the Productivity Commission.
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Northern Institute Dec 10
NI's Prof Steven Bird is about to talk to Rebecca McLaren for ABC Radio 'Afternoons' program about his newly funded Research Project - listen live
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IndigenousLeadership Dec 10
Congrats to CDU Law Graduate Mark Munnich on his admission to the Bar today.
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Northern Institute Dec 5
Assoc Prof Ḻäwurrpa Maypilama & NI PhD student Emily Armstrong presenting 'Promoting resilience & wellbeing through a strong cultural identity: Perspectives of Yolŋu families on “growing up children in two worlds' at in Sydney last week
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AACTA Dec 5
he AACTA Award for Best Lead Actor goes to Hamilton Morris for his debut acting performance in !
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama goes to Deborah Mailman for MYSTERY ROAD – Deborah’s fifth AFI | AACTA Award!
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Direction goes to Warwick Thornton for ! This is Warwick’s second win this year, taking home the AACTA Award for Best Cinematography for SWEET COUNTRY at Monday’s Industry Luncheon.
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