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Interview with Peter Chislett

Peter Chislett is a consultant with a background in education and quality improvement. For the last six months, he has been developing a new model for schooling in Anangu communities for the South Australian Govermment... read on

Interview with Makinti Minutjukur and Katrina Tjitayi

Makinti Minutjukur is the Director of the Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Education Committee (PYEC) and Katrina Tjitayi is the Anangu School Improvement Coordinator. In this interview, they reflect on the SA Government’s plan to transform schooling in Anangu communities.... read on

$3.4M accommodation centre to be built in Coober Pedy

Last week the SA Government announced plans to accelerate the construction of a $3.4 million transitional accommodation centre in Coober Pedy for transient and homeless Aboriginal people... read on

Coronial Inquest: six Anangu deaths

In 2011, the South Australian Deputy Coroner conducted an inquest into the deaths of six Anangu. The average age of the deceased was 38 years. All of the deceased came from Yalata or had strong connections with that community. The findings of the inquest were handed down ... read on

Program 30: Aboriginal Transitional Housing and Outreach Service (ATHOS)

ATHOS is a new accommodation service for people from remote and regional Aboriginal communities who are sleeping rough in Adelaide because they don’t have anywhere else to stay. On today’s program we talk with Claire... read on

Interview with ATHOS (Aboriginal Transitional Housing and Outreach Service)

ATHOS is a new accommodation service for people from remote and regional Aboriginal  communities who are sleeping rough in Adelaide because they don’t have anywhere else to stay. In this interview, Claire Watkinson explains how... read on

Umoona: short-term transitional accommodation

Since 2003, South Australian government agencies have been working on establishing a transitional accommodation centre in Coober Pedy. The proposed centre will provide transient and homeless Aboriginal people with a safe and affordable place to stay when visiting the town... read on

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