Tag Archive for: indigenous

Indigenous Experience of Faith Unpacked in ‘The New Boy’ [Movie Review]

‘The New Boy’ delves into the mystical intersection of the spiritual beliefs of Australia’s first people and the Christian faith.

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ a Painful Portrayal of First Nations Injustice

Martin Scorsese once again proves that he can bring together extraordinary talent in front of and behind the camera.

Voting on The Voice: Interviews on Both Perspectives

Two respectful “yes” and “no” perspectives to add to your research in making an informed decision on The Voice Referendum.

Let’s Talk About The Voice – and the Christian Ideas It Raises

The Voice to Parliament referendum is a chance for a deeper conversation about ideas which are at the heart of the Christian faith.

A Christian Perspective on the Voice Debate: 4 Key Takeaways

With issues like The Voice to Parliament, we need to be wary of baptising our position as the definitive Christian one, writes Akos Balogh.

13YARN, the Lifeline Service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

13YARN is a culturally safe place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people who are in crisis or simply feeling overwhelmed.

Bush to Beach: A Program Teaching Indigenous Children Essential Life Skills

The program helps children develop self-esteem and confidence, gets them to stay in school, get an education and be the best they can be.

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ and Other Kids’ Classics, Now in First Nations Languages

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation’s Book Supply program has seen more than 120,000 books gifted to remote indigenous communities in 2022 alone.

Uncle Jack Charles: 1943-2022

The revered and trailblazing actor Uncle Jack Charles, who was a Stolen Generations survivor, died on Tuesday 13th September, aged 79.

A Time to Listen

You are invited to a National Prayer Gathering led by Aboriginal Christian Leaders to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia before January 26.

Finding Hope: A Young Man Improving Lives Through Science Textbooks

Young Indigenous man Corey Tutt is passionate about science, loves animals and founded Deadly Science to equip remote Indigenous schools across Australia.

Closing the Gap: Australia’s First Indigenous College Set for Sydney

A ground-breaking university college for Indigenous Australians in Sydney is closer to becoming a reality with completion set for 2025.

Deadly Science Helps Remote Kids Wonder About the World Around Them

Corey Tutt was named the NSW Young Australian of the Year, last year, recognising his work founding Deadly Science – inspiring Indigenous students.

Indigenous Artist Mitch Tambo Celebrates Women on New Single ‘Dreamtime Princess’

This upbeat celebration of women track features Mitch singing in his native Gamilaraay language. He shared about the important women in his life.

‘High Ground’ Powerful New Australian Film Creating a “Bridge of Understanding”

“We’re all grappling with our history and what happened, and [asking] How do we understand? …and ‘How do we come together as a nation?’

Oldest Stolen Generation Survivor Nominated for Senior Australian of the Year 2021

Aunty Isabel Reid was just seven years old when she was removed from her family. Now, she is dedicated to raising awareness of the Stolen Generation.

Bringing Music and Joy to Australia’s Remote Indigenous Kids: “Instruments for the Outback”

Instruments for the Outback is a program helping indigenous kids in remote parts of Australia to learn to play and record music.

A Groundbreaking Indigenous Approach to Policing is Making a Difference

Warakurna is the only police station entirely run by indigenous officers, and it features in the new documentary Our Law screening on Monday June 22nd.