The art program healing Indigenous offenders

[Maggie Coggan, Probono Australia]

Kent Morris, a Barkindji man and CEO of The Torch, tells Pro Bono News that after a few years of the Confined exhibition, the enterprise was receiving continuous feedback from the prisons that painting was making a difference to the men and women inside.  

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Indigenous communities lockdown during coronavirus

[Johanna Marie, Aimee Volkofsky and Gabriella Marchant, ABC]

Indigenous communities across the country have been ordered into lockdown to help protect them from coronavirus, but there are concerns some are moving too slow in adopting the Federal Government's travel restrictions.

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Professor Stan Grant Jnr to bring decades of knowledge and experience to new role at Charles Sturt

[by Nicole Barlow]

Professor Grant Jnr was appointed the Chair of Indigenous Affairs in 2016 and this new role, which has been in discussion for a year, continues his already strong association with the University.

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Learning through listening to Indigenous voices

[supplied by Flinders Uni]

Understanding Indigenous insights to Country and culture demands a new means of learning through humility, patience and listening for non-Indigenous people.

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