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puwinya (Spring) poster by the Aboriginal Children’s Centre at piyura kitina (Risdon Cove)

puwinya (Spring) palawa kani Poster, by children and Educators at the Aboriginal Children's Centre, piyura kitina (Risdon Cove). Aboriginal Childrens Centre puwinya SPRING POSTER 2020 Read more

luwutina (Aboriginal Children’s) Day, 4 August 2020

luwutina (Aboriginal Children's) Day, 4 August 2020 Read more

Policy and Protocol for Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language

Policy and Protocol for Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language Policy + Protocol for Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language 2019Download Read more

TAC Annual Report 2018-19

To view the TAC Annual Report for 2018-19 click here Read more

CEO talks to ABC about lessons for Australia from the police killing in USA

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Stay safe at home with palawa kani!

Stay safe at home with palawa kani! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGKnh6xtcsQ   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YpB0bF7T7c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFFJs6U-o7s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN7wgnaOop8 Read more

Land Management Update March 2020

Land Management Update March 2020 Read more

Little J and Big Cuz ‘Hopalong’ episode in palawa kani

Little J and Big Cuz First ever television show featuring palawa kani, featuring pakana cast and writing team bringing our language to life with this joyful episode. This experience has been an affirmation of the strong spirit that comes from speaking and sharing our own language with some fun.  (English Subtitles). episode 2. 'muta prungi' (Pilot Bird) https://youtu.be/EVRpskZxuaY  Little J and Big Cuz episode 1. 'wurakara' (Hopalong) Please click here to view. Read more

Invasion Day rally

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Everyday Tasmanians Affected by Anti-Protest Laws, Aboriginal People More So

November 21, 2019 This morning nipaluna/Hobart’s Parliament Lawns played host to several concerned groups, including the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre (TAC) and the Tasmanian Greens, filing a petition against new anti-protest laws proposed by the Liberal Government. If passed these broad ranging laws would mean up to four years in jail for protesting and impose mandatory fines on protesters who are considered to have interfered with the operations of a business and fines of up to $10,000 per individual and $100,000 for a corporation. “These ... Read more
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