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In this paper I provide a glimpse of work of the two‐year partnership between the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation CAACAC based in Alice Springs – a large health organization with five remote health satellite services – and Creating a Safe Supportive Environment...
Using his experience of applying “large group” psychology to analyzing and intervening in violent political conflicts in many parts of the world, the author describes his observations from a brief engagement with some Australian Aboriginal people and those who are trying to help them. He...
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The paper represents reflections on the experience of a week spent as part of the Scientific Advisory Committee of CASSE (Creating a Safe Supportive Environment), as a guest of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation (CAACAC). The reflections were based on a methodology...
This paper provides a perspective from two cultures and suggests ways to improve relationships between the Australian White fellas and First Nation (Aboriginal) populations. Several differences are highlighted especially the lack of formal protracted wars with the natives that characterized most...
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