NAIDOC Speech 2019
The national theme for NAIDOC this year is Voice, Treaty, Truth. This is a summary of the Aboriginal community demands in the Statement From The Heart developed at Uluru 2 years ago.
Achieving these goals, based on the recognition of Aboriginal people in the Australian Constitution, is regarded by some as the basis for reconciliation – as enabling Aborigines and non-Aborigines to move forward together towards a better future.
The proposal for a ‘Voice to Parliament’ is the most controversial of ...
palawa kani Resources for Educators 2019
Examiner newspaper article, May 2019
Examiner palawa kani 2019 pdf
Letters to The Editor, Examiner newspaper, 30 May 2019
The Policy and Protocol for Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language
Caution on Wikipediahttp://www.theverge.com/2014/8/13/5998273/who-owns-a-language-wikipedia-palawa-kani-raises-old-debate
The Mercury newspaper, palawa kani Talking Point, Michael Mansell, 15 June 2019
Please click on the following links to view the NAIDOC 2019 events in your region
Nipaluna NAIDOC 2019
Launceston NAIDOC 2019
Pataway NAIDOC 2019
May 2019 Land Management Update
Burn Traverse Video
thiyanalapana lumi! (Cold weather is here!)
To hear the palawa kani, click on the poster below
nipaluna formed a question in popular show The Chase Australia, 7plus, Tuesday 9 April 2019.
Contestants were quizzed on nipaluna, the original name for which Australian capital?
Watch the clip