The South Australian Office for Ageing Well is partnering with Aboriginal community representatives to raise awareness for the rights of Aboriginal Elders. Launching the Stop Elder Abuse campaign on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15, the office is aiming to connect with mob across South Australia and promote the significance of Aboriginal Elders, their […]
Creating opportunities of experience for all, the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) is leading the way by creating an Accessible Audio Guide for deaf, hard of hearing, blind and vision-impaired audiences. The Accessible Audio Guide is an extension of the gallery’s Access Programs which are dedicated to enabling access to a range of experiences. […]
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Please note: this story contains images of and references to people who have died. According to not-for-profit organisation, Australians Together, over 800 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people served in World War I. Recognition for Indigenous people in wars has been a hard fought battle—one which is still current. As a tribute to Indigenous ANZACs, […]
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The country’s oldest Australian-owned arts centre, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc (Tandanya), has stood the test of time by remaining modern in their approach to exhibiting art. Tandanya’s innovative exhibition strategy has seen the establishment of the Tandanya First Nations Hub. Open since February 14 and running until March 15 as part of the […]
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As we celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, National Indigenous Times shines a spotlight on Australia’s incredible First Nations women. A leading researcher, a member of the Stolen Generations and a loving mother and wife, Dr Jennifer Caruso is a passionate and powerful woman. Dr Caruso, a proud Eastern Arrernte woman of the Stolen Generations, now […]
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