Sally Sievers the Anti Discrimination Commissioner come into CAAMA and spoke with Marrisa Wollogorang.
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The Chooky Mala have grooved their way into Alice Springs. Playing two sold out shows in the red centre.
The Chooky Mala are touring nationally. Alice Springs shows are sold out. But you can check out the other locations and availability of tickets where they are preforming in at http://www.artbacknt.com.au/
Earlier today the Prime Minister launched beyondblue’s initiative to promote well-being in our community.
The initiative comes in the form of a bus that will travel over 22,000 kilometres across the country and will visit the Northern Territory in June.
Marissa Wollogorang talks to Nadine Raymond to find out more about the bus and it’s big journey across the country.
CAAMA News team: Paul Wiles, Pam Reilly, Damien Williams.
The global significance of Aboriginal rock art at Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula would guarantee it world heritage listing in any other country …according to a veteran Australian anthropologist with over 40 years experience.
Northern Territory farmers are being given a helping hand with a new package on offer from the NT Government.
The man responsible for a review into the education of Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory says he believes majority local languages should be taught in schools – if the school is able to provide a qualified teacher to teach the language.
Bruce Wilson joins Paul Wiles on “Strong Voices” .
A veteran Northern Territory Aboriginal rights campaigner who has climbed the heights of mainstream academia while maintaining ” a fire in the belly ” for the rights of his people, has questioned the Abbott Governments primary focus on school attendance as the best way of closing the disadvantage gap between his people and mainstream society.
INCOMING Canberra University chancellor Dr Tom Calma talks to Paul Wiles about some of the issues which impact on the education of Aborignal children in remote communities.
Trip to Elliott
The journey continues for AC as he travels to RIBS Communities throughout Central Australia [CAAMA RIBS]
Fiona and AC travelled to Elliott 250kms North of Tennant Creek……A wonderful green and wet drive as the wet season continues
Arriving in Elliott we met with the Shire Manager, School Principal, and the Head Nurse at the Health Clinic
Meeting Jason Bill [Elliott RIBS Broadcaster] was the highlight of the trip and the possibility of future trainees from the region
The second stage of the trip to Alpurrurulam was cancelled due to the Georgina River being impassable……………
The boss of Prime Minister Tony Abbotts Aboriginal Advisory Council has fired off a strong warning to those that remain critical about the future viability of remote Aboriginal communities.
Right wing think tanks have long been critical of money spent by Government in remote Aboriginal communities and suggested the best way to avoid this cash flow is for Aboriginal people to integrate into mainstream society…but Warren Mundine. l says he has other plans for these communities.