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Fecund – Fertile Worlds – a curator’s review by Koulla Roussos

Fecund – Fertile Worlds – a curator’s review by Koulla Roussos

Fecund—Fertile Worlds is the first in Artback NT’s Spark NT Curator Program, initiated to foster art critical and curatorial practice within the NT and to provide NT artists with opportunities to showcase their work within curated touring exhibitions.

Who’s next? Judicial stress, secondary trauma and the practice of law

Who’s next? Judicial stress, secondary trauma and the practice of law

In my earliest days of legal practice, as a young articled clerk, I saw angry judges. I saw bullies. Nasty performers ... Amongst the terrifying judges, whom I prayed to avoid, were Justice Edward (“Dumbo”) Dunphy of the Commonwealth Industrial Court, Justice Freddie (“Funnelweb”) Myers of the Supreme Court of NSW, and Justice J J (“Black Jack”) McKeon of the Industrial Commission NSW: Michael Kirby, Judicial Stress and Judicial Bullying, 2014.

How to really close the gap – the Shalom Gamarada scholarships

How to really close the gap – the Shalom Gamarada scholarships

The scholarship is the result of collaboration between Shalom College, a residential college at the University of NSW, and the Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit, School of Public Health and Community Medicine at University of NSW. From one scholarship holder in 2005, we have 14 scholarship holders in 2010.

An interview with Warlpiri/Anmatyerre law student Bruno Jupurrula Wilson of Yuendumu

An interview with Warlpiri/Anmatyerre law student Bruno Jupurrula Wilson of Yuendumu

Most of the people working for the intervention are Kardia (non-Aboriginal) - there is not much work for Yapa from the Intervention – most of those jobs go to Kardia people. When they come in with all their flash new cars, flash Toyotas, that makes us feel down. What the Yapa are thinking is that all the Kardia are "moneyfaces" (that they only care about money). And some people think like it was a hundred years ago and is still happening now.