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CSU academic graduates from the Atlantic Fellowship program

Monday 19 Nov 2018

An Indigenous Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic who specialises in mental health has graduated from the Atlantic Fellowship program.

CSU hosts international academic and First Nations activist

Thursday 23 Aug 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) will host Professor Cindy Blackstock, a renowned human rights activist, as a Visiting Scholar commencing August 27.

Treaty a first step to constitutional rights for Indigenous people

Tuesday 10 Jul 2018

A CSU constitutional expert has told a parliamentary inquiry that the obstacle to the acknowledgement of constitutional rights for Indigenous people lies not in uncertainty about how to achieve it, but rather in governments’ unwillingness to effect the necessary constitutional change.

CSU celebrating NAIDOC week, Because Of Her We Can

Monday 9 Jul 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is proud to be celebrating NAIDOC Week across our Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga campuses this week. CSU Orange will be celebrating later this year.

5 tips for confidently Acknowledging Country #NRW2018

Sunday 3 Jun 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) student, April explains the significance of Acknowledging Country and the difference between it and Welcome to Country.

10 ways for history not to be a mystery during #NRW2018

Saturday 2 Jun 2018

CSU student, April shares her list of news, blogs, video and milestones that opens up her understanding of Indigenous Australians.

The Sentiments, the Deeds, the Words and the Healing

Friday 1 Jun 2018

In an opinion piece Charles Sturt University (CSU) academics Doctor Tace Vigilante, Ms Annette Gainsford and Doctor Barbara Hill delve into Reconciliation Week 2018 to look closer at Indigenous culture and history and to learn from it.

Uluru Statement and Indigenous Australians’ diverse identity

Friday 1 Jun 2018

In an opinion piece Stan Grant, Chair of Indigenous Affairs at Charles Sturt University (CSU) talks of his disappointment in the lack of political will to put the Uluru Statement to the Australian people. He also talks of the complexity of identity and the difficulty in creating a meaningful treaty that reflects Indigenous Australia’s diversity.

Reconciliation, Recognition and the Uluru Statement from the Heart: 10 years after the apology

Thursday 31 May 2018

Charles Sturt University acknowledges the significance of the apology made to the Stolen Generation as a significant step toward reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

In an opinion piece Associate Professor Dominic O’Sullivan talks about the significance of the apology and in turn the need for an Indigenous voice in parliament. The Uluru Statement is a simple though far reaching proposal. It is representative of a significant body of indigenous thought.

Reconciliation Week: Indigenous woman’s perspective

Thursday 31 May 2018

An Indigenous member of the Charles Sturt Community gives a personal reflection on Reconciliation Week and her own story of her mother being taken away from her family when she was six.

In the opinion piece we get an Indigenous perspective on the 1967 referendum up until today and the role Reconciliation Week plays in the Indigenous community and in reaching out to non-Indigenous people.

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