Rising Above, Walking Together – The Power of One Person’s Story

Talking about Australia’s national identity prompts strong opinions. History, truth, settlement, multiculturalism; many topics and angles are discussed in the conversation about what is ultimately our own self-acceptance. The voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their experience of inclusion and exclusion in our community are often depersonalised. The power of one person’s …

Keys to Inclusion at Child Care

Two families, attending two child care centres, each with unique needs. There’s nothing unusual about different families having their own story and their own dynamics, yet it can still be the case that the needs of families who differ from the majority can be less well addressed than those of others. The stories of these …