Tag Archive for: aboriginal

Let’s Talk About The Voice – and the Christian Ideas It Raises

By: City Bible Forum

A national conversation is taking place in Australia at the moment in the lead up to an historic event. Read more

A Christian Perspective on the Voice Debate: 4 Key Takeaways

By: Akos Balogh

The debate over Australia’s Indigenous Voice to Parliament is heating up. Read more

13YARN, the Lifeline Service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

By: Steff Willis

13YARN is like Lifeline but for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Read more

Bush to Beach: A Program Teaching Indigenous Children Essential Life Skills

By: Amy Cheng

Forty indigenous children from North West NSW will be seeing the beach for the first time this summer, as part of a program promoting education for Australian bush kids. Read more

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ and Other Kids’ Classics, Now in First Nations Languages

By: Georgia Free

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation’s aim is simple – for every child in remote Indigenous Communities to have access to books. This year alone, they have donated more than 120,000 books and counting to communities in need. Read more

Uncle Jack Charles: 1943-2022

By: Michael Crooks

Note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that this article contains the name of someone who has passed away. In announcing the news of his passing, the family of Uncle Jack Charles has granted the media permission to use his name and image. Read more

NAIDOC Week Encourages an All-In Community Celebration

By: Celeste Stevens

Pastor Willie Dumas says NAIDOC week is important as it unites us together to create change, and teaches us more about how we can learn from one another.
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A Time to Listen

By: Christine McPherson

Along with many countries across this beautiful, God gifted world, we share a history of violence, greed and atrocities. Typically, humans have played the blame game and twisted truths with a warped new story to cover the shame. Read more

Two Women’s Bold Take on Reconciliation

By: Michael Crooks

It’s National Reconciliation Week and two Australians want to change the way we think about unifying the country. Read more

Tears of Joy and Sorrow as Uluru Climb is Closed: A Chat with Brooke Prentis

By: Clare Bruce

There was joy and celebration at the foot of Uluru as climbing of the rock was finally banned—but tears, too, as climbers continued to ignore the wishes of traditional owners until the last minute.
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