Category: Video

Report

Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices)

Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) project builds on the legacy of the 1986 Women’s Business Report. The Australian Human Rights Commission (the ‘Commission’) and

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Introduction to Indigenous Psychology

This is the first video in a three-part video series and collaboration between the Transforming Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing project and Pearson Australia. This

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Ausplat Conference: 17-19 September 2021

The following document provides links to access the Ausplat (Australian Psychology Learning and Teaching) conference presentations, held in September 2021. Several of these presentations related

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The Final Quarter

Adam Goodes was a champion AFL footballer and Indigenous leader. In the final three years of his playing career he became a lightning rod for

Case Studies

Gambay – Languages Map

First Languages Australia is working with regional language centres nationally to develop a map of Australian languages that reflects the names and groupings favoured by

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Worry boss

Worry Boss has been made with the Royal Flying Doctor Service together with communities in Central Australia. ‘Worry Boss’ is a story about anxiety. The

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Having the Hard Conversations

The second Slice of LIME Seminar was presented by Professor Dennis McDermott & Mr Dave Sjoberg from the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and Well-Being

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Liyarn Ngarn

Documentary by singer songwriter Archie Roach, the late Pete Postlethwaite and Aboriginal elder Patrick Dodson. (Out of print but available from libraries) Duration: 70 mins

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Kanyini

Bob Randall, a member of Yankunytjatjara people and one of the listed traditional owners of Uluru, explains the principle of connectedness through caring and responsibility

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Black & White

Drama portraying Rupert Max Stuart case involving verballing allegations in a case of alleged rape and murder of a 9-year-old Ceduna, SA, girl in 1959.

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Blood Brothers – Broken English

Arrernte man Max Stuart was sentenced to death in 1959 for murder but, nearly 35 years later, he talks about the case on camera. Film

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Benny and the Dreamers (1992)

A small group of Pintupi living in west Central Australia today can remember their first meeting with a white man, their first impressions of the