Aboriginal Texts and Resources
Magpie Goose Publishing is owned and run by Fejo-King Consulting. The consultancy promotes equity for all Australians so that Aboriginal Australians are able to dream seemingly impossible dreams, and to find paths to achieve them. Equity can be achieved through recognition of the strengths and resilience of Aboriginal Australians and their continuing contribution to the development of this nation. Recognition of the value of Aboriginal knowledge offers previously unrecognised opportunities for innovation, sustainability, and partnerships to success.
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“Recognising, Reclaiming and Celebrating Indigenous Heritage”
The 3rd International Indigenous Social Work Conference (3IISWC) brings together Indigenous social workers from around the world to share solutions to issues that affect Indigenous peoples.
Featuring internationally renowned Indigenous leadership, this gathering will develop positive relationships and understanding between peoples, governments and community for the betterment of all through Indigenous well-being, productivity and immense socio-economic growth.
The aim of 3rd International Indigenous Social Work Conference is to develop and deliver a successful international conference that offers opportunities for Indigenous social workers from around the world to meet, exchange ideas, experiences, and knowledge around developing theories, research, education, practices and to network.
On behalf of the 3IISCW, we look forward to seeing you in Darwin.
The National Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Workers Association Inc (NCATSISWA)
NCATSISWA is an autonomous association run by Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Workers that works toward building a better future for Australian first nations people in the wider community.
The association sponsors and works on projects to achieve these outcomes independent of government funding and supports these activities through its own fund raising activities including the writing and sales of books such as "Reconciliation and Australian Social Work" and "Emerging from the Margins"
NCATSISWA is also the organising group responsible for the upcoming 3rd International Indigenous Social Work Conference (3IISWC) this September in Darwin. Click on the conference logo for more information or go to www.fejoking.com.au. and look for the NCATSISWA newsletters