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Michael Scott

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28 November 2013

Program Manager of the 2Sprirts program and  Queensland Association for Healthy Communities speaking about AIDS/HIV awareness in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community and World Aids Day

Links:

http://www.qahc.org.au/atsi

http://www.worldaidsday.org.au/internet/wad/Publishing.nsf/content/home

Priscilla Collins

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25 November 2013

CEO of North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA)

NAAJA has called for the NT Government to act on the evidence and take real steps to address alcohol-related harm in the NT

Links:

http://www.naaja.org.au/

http://www.naaja.org.au/index.php/news/media-releases.html

Warwick Thornton

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21 November 2013

Director, screenwriter and cinematographer. His debut feature film, Samson and Delilah won the Caméra d’Or at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival

Warwick’s new film The Darkside , which brings to life a collection of haunting, absurd and poignant Aboriginal ghost stories, as told in the words of those who experienced them.

The Darkside will show in cinemas during November, and screening at the Brisbane International Film Festival 

Jody Currie, Karina Hogan & Gordy Langton

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20 November 2013

Jody Currie – Human Resources Manager, Karina Hogan – Communications Officer and Gordy Langton – Community Engagement Officer for the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH)

Talking about the success of the Deadly Choices program this year and what’s in store for 2014 and launching the new healthy lifestyle program.

Links:
http://www.iuih.org.au/

http://www.deadlychoices.com.au/

https://twitter.com/deadlychoices

https://www.facebook.com/deadlychoices

Ryan Collins & Leanne Enoch

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15 November 2013

Ryan Collins, Recycling Programs Co-Ordinator at Planet Ark

Leeanne Enoch, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Field Worker at Qld Council of Unions

Links:

http://planetark.org/

http://www.qcu.asn.au/index.php/what-we-do/indigenous-employment

World Diabetes Day

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14 November 2013

Trish Roderick – Acting Health Services Manager, Diabetes Qld

Deanne Minnecon – Program Manager, Diabetes Qld

Grace Ward – Aboriginal Health Workder

Links:

http://www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/

 

Mary Graham

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13 November 2013

Adjunct Professor Bill Gammage

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12 November 2013

Bill Gammage is the Author of “The Biggest Estate on Earth” and is an adjunct professor in the Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University (ANU), researching Aboriginal land management at the time of contact (“1788”).

Links:

http://hrc.anu.edu.au/professor-bill-gammage

https://www.allenandunwin.com/default.aspx?page=94&book=9781742377483

Sam Jeffries

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11 November 2013

Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly

Links:

http://www.mpra.com.au/

Kevin Kropinyeri

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08 November 2013

Kevin Kropinyeri, First Nations Comedian

Links:

http://www.kevinkropinyeri.com.au/bio.htm

Aunty Lilla Watson & Mary Graham

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07 November 2013

Conan Fulton

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06 November 2013

Conan Fulton, CEO of the Australian Indigenous Media Communications Association (AICA)

Links:

http://www.aicainc.org.au/

Dr James Ward

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28 October 2013

Dr James Ward,  a descendant of the Pitjantajarra and Nurrunga clans of central and South Australia. Deputy Director at Baker IDI Health & Diabetes Institute and Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference Convenor .

Links:

http://www.bakeridi.edu.au/research/indigenous/

http://hivaidsconference.com.au/

“Murru” Deb Myers, Bill Chambers & Harry Hookey

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25 October 2013

Murru is an album in memory the Death in Custody of Aboriginal teenager John Pat.

Tiga speaks to Deb Myers, Project Coordinator, Bill Chambers & Harry Hookey, artists who worked on the album.

The music collaboration – which includes the talents of John Bennett, Shellie Morris, Emma Donovan, Archie Roach, Lucky Oceans, Harry Hookey, Bill Chambers, the Last Kinection, Trevor Jamieson and David Hyams  – is the result of over two and a half years of music workshops run by Big hART productions in the Roebourne Regional Prison and the community as part of the Yijala Yala Project - a long term, multi-platform and inter-generational arts project.

The aim of the album is to raise funds for a memorial to John to be built in Roebourne and create discussion around the need for strategies to reduce Indigenous incarceration rates and eradicate preventable deaths in custody.

Purchase The Album

Links:

http://bighart.org/public/

http://www.yijalayala.bighart.org/

Amy McQuire

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22 October 2013

Amy McQuire, Editor of Tracker Magazine

Links:

http://tracker.org.au/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tracker-Magazine/194700603909635

Twitter: @amymcquire and @Trackermag

 

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