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“Educate them to get people to understand”: promoting cultural awareness through short films and Dreamtime stories – Australia

Published: 5 November 2012 Discover more about the Indigenous community of Mount Gambier, South Australia in this month’s Indigenous.gov.au Closing the Gap community profile. The traditional lands of the Bunganditj (Boandik) people, Mt Gambier is home to a growing Indigenous … Continue reading

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Fair and ethical trading: The Indigenous Art Code – Australia

Indigenous Newslines magazine January-April 2012 Fair and ethical trading     Just a year after its launch, the Indigenous Art Commercial Code of Conduct is gathering strength and influence. The Indigenous Art Code is encouraging fair and ethical behaviour in the … Continue reading

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Indigenous Newslines magazine & radio – Australia

Indigenous Newslines is a free magazine on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues which is published quarterly in hard copy and online. It provides information on Australian Government services and programs and includes inspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories from … Continue reading

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The Adivasi way of life: Utopian or worth emulating by ‘mainstream’ society? – An ongoing debate

Anyone who has had some meaningful interaction with India’s indigenous or adivasi people, cannot fail to be touched by the encounter. There is a directness in them, an absence of artifice or guile, an almost childlike innocence, born of simplicity … Continue reading

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Audio | Celebrating the wisdom of the world’s indigenous cultures: Milton K. Wong Lecture by Wade Davis – Canada

This lecture was recorded for broadcast on Ideas on CBC Radio One. Listen to the full episode (54:00) >> Every culture tries to answer a fundamental question: What does it mean to be human and alive?  In the Milton K. Wong … Continue reading

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