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'A town is born: the Fitzroy Crossing story' by Steve Hawke

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AIME

Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME)

 

AIME and UniSA

'...provides a dynamic educational Program that gives Indigenous high school students the skills, opportunities, belief and confidence to finish school at the same rate as their peers' - Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) website

[AIME Mentoring 2013, 'Mentors 4 Life - Website Intro', YouTube video, uploaded May 27 2013. Accessed 1 July 2013. http://youtu.be/4g0MbBPoEdg]

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This guide is designed to assist in locating and effectively using Indigenous content within the curriculum. If you have any problems finding or using the resources described on these pages please contact us.

'Methalu Tharri (Smooth Sailing)', 2001-2002, Vic McGrath, Reconciliation Place, Canberra [The Shopping Sherpa, 'Reconciliation Place 4', CC Licence: CC-BY-NC 2.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/deed.en, Image Source: Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/49333775@N00/2229732699/]

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Recognise website

RECOGNISE is the people’s movement to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our Constitution.

296,500 Australians from all walks of life have already declared their support to recognise the first Australians in our founding document.

We want to see fairness and respect at the heart of our Constitution, and to remove discrimination from it. Our goal is a more united nation. This is a chance for Australia to acknowledge the first chapter of our national story, and to forge our future together - after so many chapters apart.

Visit the Recognise webpages for further information and to join the growing number of supporters.

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