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I just finished reading The most dangerous man in the world by Andrew Fowler. The books tells a fascinating story of the rise and fall of Julian Assange, and the rise and rise of Wikileaks. There are elements of cloak and … Continue reading

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Adjahdura country – a field trip report

For Aboriginal people every place is sacred, every place has a story. Travelling through Adjahdura country (Yorke Peninsula, South Australia) with Quenten Agius this becomes immediately apparent. Quenten is a leader of the community at Point Pearce and a custodian … Continue reading

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Generation One

Generation One is a really important campaign to bring better understanding and equality of opportunity for indigenous Australians. The basis of the campaign is that if all people – indigenous and non-indigenous Australians, work together we can make a difference … Continue reading

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