In Conversation with Gerry Georgatos

In 2014 we are honouring Ambassadors for “The Decade of Lateral Love™ Around the World 2012 – 2022” with a special Interview Series Lateral Love™ Ambassadors are answering some important questions about their life journey especially for you. Join us and gain an insight into the life of Gerry Georgatos, our first cab off the […]

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Recommended Resources – The Stringer

Welcome to The Stringer’s first newsletter for 2014 NEWS update: The Stringer is an independent online news site, delivering free-to-access independent news to readers daily. We made a difference in our first year – 2013 – and intend to work towards making a bigger difference in 2014. Independent news media contributes to the unfolding landscape of human rights and […]

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Sixth Anniversary of the Northern Territory Intervention – Striking the Wrong Note

Image: http://treatyrepublic.net/images/2011/nt-inter-sign.jpg   Friday 21st marks the sixth anniversary of the NT Intervention. Leader of cA Michele Harris OAM has written this article. The direct link to article is at http://concernedaustralians.com.au/media/Striking_the_Wrong_Note-6_year_NTER.pdf .Further information at our website. www.concernedaustralians.com.au Sixth Anniversary of the Northern Territory Intervention ‘concerned Australians’ Striking the Wrong Note Aboriginal advocate Olga Havnen, in […]

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Gerry Georgatos’ fifteen minute address to the Multicultural Media Conference 2013

[youtube=http://youtu.be/WzigzfSNx9Y] Gerry Georgatos’ fifteen minute address to the Multicultural Media Conference 2013 Gerry Georgatos is the co-editor of The Stringer, he is a freelance journalist, contributing journalist to The National Indigenous Times, social commentator, life-long social justice campaigner. Last year he won four national awards for his investigative journalism. He argues that Australia needs a […]

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Recommended Viewing – Manus’ Children Speak (Trigger Warning)

[youtube=http://youtu.be/It4Zm3BQxQ8] Manus’ Children Speak These TV ads were created using real drawings done by children detained on Manus Island and excerpts from real phone interviews with asylum seekers currently in detention.  They tell the sometimes heartbreaking stories of Manus’ forgotten children for the first time. [youtube=http://youtu.be/6D5Mzf6cqWY] This campaign is compiled of the real pictures, real […]

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