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Having Challenging Conversations

Being part of challenging conversations is normal but sometimes we can get caught up in difficult conversations with non-Indigenous people, and even our own mob.


Dealing with misinformation and disinformation

Misinformation, disinformation and ‘fake news’ can cause anger, fear, mistrust or confusion. For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, mis/disinformation can be targeted at us and increase during political or media commentary on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs. It is common on online platforms, such as social media, YouTube, Reddit and via TV, radio and newspapers.


Racial Stress and Trauma

Racial stress, or trauma, refers to the physical and psychological reactions that we can have from experiencing racism. Racism includes being called names, experiences of racist abuse, reading racist misinformation and experiencing or witnessing distressing and racially motivated events or interactions.


CEO Newsletter

This newsletter features: Collective Healing Event: 15 Years Since The National Apology Why the 2023-2024…

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NAAJA Healing Program review

Intergenerational trauma initiative: North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) Healing Program review  …


February Newsletter

This newsletter features: Telling Our Stories – Aunty Julie Black Stolen Generations Resource Kit for Teachers and…

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