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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.

It’s As Much about How We Teach as It Is about What We Teach

Wednesday 30 May 2018

Charles Sturt University encourages all non-Indigenous Academics to use teaching methods and contents that truly reflects Indigenous culture and perspectives to foster reconciliation.

Geraldine Rurenga who is one of Charles Sturt University’s Educational Designers talks about the importance providing access to education that fosters an understanding of Indigenous perspectives in the student community.

A Brief Insight into the Views Expressed by some CSU Students - 2018

Monday 28 May 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is calling for more action on Indigenous reconciliation and will continue to advocate through the University’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

An opinion piece by Professor Jeannie Herbert and Ms Felicity Taylor-Edwards discusses the complexity of engaging with all Australians on the complex issue of reconciliation.

Reconciliation Week: More Action needed according to CSU

Monday 28 May 2018

At the beginning of Reconciliation Week, Charles Sturt University (CSU) has today called for more action on Indigenous reconciliation as it continues to drive its Reconciliation Action Plan.

CSU academic inspired by other women

Thursday 8 Mar 2018

A CSU academic has spent International Women’s Day with esteemed company as a finalist in the 2018 NSW Women of the Year Awards in Sydney.

From Indigenous cultural awareness to cultural competence: CSU

Friday 15 Dec 2017

Twenty-nine Charles Sturt University (CSU) staff have returned from a five-day camp at Menindee in western NSW, which aims to produce an institution-wide transition from Indigenous cultural awareness to cultural competence.

Nurses’ attitude influences Indigenous health

Thursday 14 Dec 2017

The critical urgency for Indigenous Australian cultural competence in the health sector has spurred research by a Charles Sturt University (CSU) lecturer and revealed some significant findings.

Graduation at CSU in Port Macquarie

Thursday 14 Dec 2017

More than 700 people will attend two CSU graduation ceremonies in Port Macquarie on Monday 18 December.

Indigenous Access Program the next step

Tuesday 28 Nov 2017

Indigenous Australians of all ages are invited to take part in a five-day intensive pathways program at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga in December.

Boost for Riverina Indigenous business

Friday 6 Oct 2017

NSW Member for Albury Greg Aplin announced that indigenous businesses will be boosted across the Riverina thanks to a free visiting entrepreneurship program by the NSW Government and CSU.

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