Indigenous student's journey to landscape architecture successIndigenous student's journey to landscape architecture success

[Diane Nazaroff, UNSW]

Like many Indigenous students at university, Kaylie Salvatori was looking to embark on a career path that could make a positive difference for the community and the environment.

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Indigenous Australians must back constitutional recognition plan or Labor won't either

[Katharine Murphy, The Guardian]

Anthony Albanese has warned Labor will not support a proposal to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution and establish a voice to parliament if it is too modest to win the support of First Nations people.

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Indigenous student in focus – Maya Johnson

Supplied by Bond University

Bond University’s award-winning Yarning Up program is an invaluable initiative that allows our partners and potential partners to experience first-hand the impact that their support can have on Indigenous communities and most importantly individuals like Maya Johnson.

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2019 Blak & Bright First Nations Literary Festival

by Prue Bassett

From oral stories to epic novels, spoken word to splendid song, playwriting, poetry and the relearning of traditional languages, Blak & Bright First Nations Literary Festival celebrates cultural storytelling from 5-8 September across Melbourne’s CBD.  

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