During Science Week 2016 Diploma student Catherine Turner spoke with the Indigenous Education Officer, Renee Cawthorne, about introducing school kids to the museum’s Indigenous Science gallery.
STORY AND PHOTOS BY JAMES SHERIDAN ‘Graffiti’ refers to the obtrusive art that is not confined to a canvas, but instead makes its abode on urban landscapes. Sydney’s city habitat is no exception to this, however not all the city inhabitants welcome this species of art. The graffiti scene causes conflict between councils and communities […]
Reflecting on International Women’s Day. Photo: JIGGS IMAGES/flickr BY JUSTINE HAMILTON Today, March 8, marks an important day on the global human rights calendar. International Women’s Day is celebrated annually both to acknowledge the advances women have made in the name of gender equity and to remind us there is still some way […]
BY YVETTE JURD Manus Island staff members have been issued with a two-page guide on dealing with questions about the detainees’ fears for their safety, living conditions and human rights. Refugees are expressing concerns after the bloody attacks last month, and the document is designed to help soothe these issues. The events of that night […]