My Yolngu World; how structure brings harmony

  This speech was delivered to Warramiri Cosmology Conference at Charles Darwin University b...

Answers to the Lead Poisoning / Sniffing Problem

  ABC 15 May 2017, 7:36am   Answers to the Lead Poisoning – Sniffing Problem From where mos...

Breaking of a People

Breaking of a People   Down Load: https://www.whywarriors.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/B...

“Wedge-tailed Eagle we are all dying!”

I was sitting in a hospital waiting room to see a specialist and there were a number of Yolŋu pre...

Stuck in a Colonial Mind-Set

Our last newsletter titled “Two Way Abuse in Aboriginal Communities” received great feedback. Man...

Dharaŋanawuy – deep mutual respect and understanding

This is a short video exploring the confusion between the knowledge systems and worldview of Yolŋ...

Why the Government Can’t Succeed, But You Can!

Personnel in communities who put people centered processes before policy, bureaucratic expectati...

My body is owned by this land

Jessie Pangas, a member of the AHED Project team, explores the concept of “home” in a...

What Happened to the Second Bark Petition?

                  This week is NAIDOC Week and this ...

Economics of Remote Communities Part 6 – Recognising Pioneers and the Need for Flexibility

Based on our nine years of work in business development with Indigenous families, I think there a...

Responding to Violence in the NT: the usual ‘get tough approach’, or a different way forward?

Richard Trudgen, author of Why Warriors Lie Down and Die, responds to media coverage of recent vi...

On being income managed

By Jessie Pangas As the mother of a two and a half year old, on a low income with my partner, I a...