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Media Alert Project Launch 13 Feb 2009 starstarstarstarstar   11th February 2009 - Views: 468 Reconciliation Victoria, in partnership with Stolen Generations Victoria, are launching a new project calling on all Victorians to reflect on Prime Minister Rudd's National Apology to the Stolen Generations and what this has meant to advancing reconciliation in Victoria.

Indigenous Phd Grad Reveals Stories Of Clan And Culture starstarstarstarstar   17th December 2008 - Views: 410 Indigenous Phd Grad Reveals Stories Of Clan And Culture Artist Treahna Hamm will graduate from RMIT University tonight with a PhD for research that creatively explored Indigenous history and culture.

Book Launch - Trachoma Program Thirty Years On - Lessons Still To Be Learned starstarstarstarstar   3rd December 2008 - Views: 284 As the Medical Journal of Australia reports that trachoma remains endemic in many remote Aboriginal communities, the first insiders' account of the famous 1970s National Trachoma Eye Health Program led by Fred Hollows will be launched in Canberra tomorrow.

Launch Of Aboriginal Language Books: Nsw & Act Handbook, Gumbaynggirr Dictionary starstarstarstarstar   10th November 2008 - Views: 395 Launch Of Aboriginal Language Books: Nsw & Act Handbook, Gumbaynggirr Dictionary The Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-operative and Many Rivers Aboriginal Language Centre publishes dictionaries, grammars and language learning materials on the languages of NSW, particularly those of the north-eastern region. We would like to announce the launch of three publications, funded by the NSW Department of Aboriginal Affairs and the Department of Environment Water, Heritage and the Arts, that will make a valuable contribution to Aboriginal language research and revitalisation.

So Many Apologies Woven Into One starstarstarstarstar   30th October 2008 - Views: 435 So Many Apologies Woven Into One Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s National Apology to the Stolen Generations inspired RMIT University student and Alphington resident Dominique Plumanns’ innovative use of tapestry weave to create a coolamon basket.

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