Download File Talking Up Our Strengths is a set of 22 beautiful theme based photomontage cards that celebrate the strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, both urban and remote, past and present.
Visit Website The Multi Mix Mob grew out of a group of Aboriginal Mums meeting in the local park. The group now offers support to families with regular visits from speech therapists and other health professionals, great fun, food and much more. Mum’s well-being and Bub’s well-being are intertwined, so there’s weekly guitar and monthly […]
Download File Publisher: SNAICC Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care PO Box 1445 North Fitzroy VIC 3068 ph: 03 9489 8099 firstname.lastname@example.org Intellectual property rights: The project was conducted jointly by UTS and SNAICC and funded by Barnardos Australia. These partners are equal in relation to the intellectual property inherent in the work […]
Visit Website The eight ladies in this film come from Alyawarr Country in the Sandover River region in central Australia, about 250km north of Alice Springs. The filmmakers joined them on a five-day journey into the bush to hunt echidna and gather bush foods such as the bush potato.
Visit Website David Tranter continues his series of outstanding films which document the Dreaming stories and history of his Alyawarr heritage. Three old men, elders of their community, travel to the bush and tell their stories as they prepare their camp: stories rich in knowledge of the place and its history.
Visit Website Stories about the monsoons and the river have been told to children for generations, to teach them to have respect for the bush and to be wary of its dangers. The Wabuymem is one of these stories.
Visit Website A group of non-Aboriginal Canadian youth, 2 First Nations youth and an Aboriginal youth from Australia go on a road trip to learn about First Nations people as they learned nothing in high school. It is a great piece and free to watch. The Aboriginal youth from Australia makes some great observations about […]
Visit Website A strong Miriwoong woman, Evelyn Hall (Nyirr-Marie) recounts two Dreaming stories – the Barramundi story and the Two Pigeons story – and visits a site of ancient rock paintings.
Download File Jandamarra’s campaign against white settlers in the Kimberleys in the north of Western Australia in the 1880s remains a source of pride and inspiration for the Bunuba people. A book, a play, and now a documentary film, are helping to bring the story to a wider audience and a new generation of Bunuba […]
Download File Published by the Secretariat of National Aboriginal & Islander Child Care Inc. (SNAICC) Suite 8, Level 1, 252–260 St Georges Road North Fitzroy Victoria 3068 Ph: (03) 9489 8099 Fax: (03) 9489 8044 Email: email@example.com Web: www.snaicc.org.au Published March 2010 Working and Walking Together: Supporting Family Relationship Services to Work with Aboriginal and […]