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Anthem

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in Uncategorized | 15 comments

  Join the campaign to update the lyrics of our national anthem … Would you like this revised anthem to become our Australian official anthem? If so, we welcome your involvement in having this version sung and performed in your local community. No matter how small your action we’d then like to hear about it. In the comments section below, please tell us the story of how you talked about this with friends, in your workplace, had it sung in your child’s school, at your sporting event and so on. Thanks!   About this revised anthem  The lyrics for this revised anthem were written by Judith Durham, Kutcha Edwards, Lou Bennett, Camilla...

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Recipes for Life: A collective narrative methodology in responding to gender violence by Meizi Tan

Posted by on Mar 10, 2017 in Friday Afternoon Videos, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Recipes for Life: A collective narrative methodology in responding to gender violence by Meizi Tan

This project explores the double story development of women’s responses to gender violence through the use of collective narrative methodology. This project describes the use of Recipes for Life in a two-days-one-night group work retreat organized for women who have experienced gender violence in their intimate relationships. Two forms of outsider witness practices are further introduced to promote the acknowledgement of their alternative stories of resilience and resistance towards gender violence. Other narrative practices of collective documentation, externalizing and de-constructing social discourses that support gender violence are further incorporated through the...

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We’ll be working on the 26 January … And we’re open to hearing from you

Talking about Australia/Invasion/Survival Day

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in Uncategorized | 11 comments

G’day Since 1994, ‘Australia Day’ has been a public holiday across the country, but this year Dulwich Centre will remain open. As we’ll be working on the day, if you get stuck for something to do you can send us an email or give us a call! In Australia, the 26th January is a date that means very different things to different people: joy and pride to some, sorrow to others. For some it is associated with the Triple J Hottest 100, cricket and family barbeques. For some, it’s the day they attain Australian citizenship and so has profound significance. While for others, particularly those whose people have lived here for millennia, it is a day of mourning. Some...

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