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 ...
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
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
nipaluna/Hobart Language Day 2019
nipaluna/Hobart Language Day was held at Parliament lawns nipaluna (Hobart) on Saturday March 30.
The theme was 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages. Over 300 people attended.
palawa kani activities were: Opening - Daisy Allan, milaythina-mana Dewayne Everettsmith,
kanaplila luna Women's Dances, Sharing Aboriginal place names - June Sculthorpe;
& Hands-on workshops throughout the day: rri karati-ti Hands in friendship
- ochre handprints on a banner for International Indigenous Languages Year,
rayakana nipaluna song + kanalaritja kitina stringing a shell bracelet with Rosetta Thomas and Tessa Atto,
and truwuta ...
Land Management Supervisor permanent North West based
Land Management Worker South based
TAC Annual Report 2017-18
In 2013, the federal Attorney-General’s department saw fit to shut the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre run Aboriginal legal service and hand it to a Victorian group run by Wayne Muir. Muir is alleged to have committed rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment between 1987 and 2003, allegations Mr Muir denies.
The federal government requires Tasmanian Aborigines (and presumably others on the mainland) to have police checks just to sit on a committee, let alone be a CEO of legal services.