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The Day After Tomorrow: A CASSE Symposium on Breakthrough Recognition
Taking the day after recognition as a possible starting or end point, this symposium will journey through the unrecognised trails of trauma and shine a light on dreaming breakthroughs to achieve recognition, change minds and save lives.
Join CASSE for a symposium that provides a forum for important thinkers from Central Australia to share their knowledge and work with some of Australia’s key Indigenous, political and cultural leaders.
Who will benefit from attending?
- Aboriginal people and representatives from Aboriginal organisations
- psychoanalytic psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, counsellors and mental health practitioners
- thought leaders, practitioners and advocates from the legal, justice, political and welfare system
- service providers working to break cycles of trauma and violence
- all Australians seeking to develop mutual understanding and recognition for a reconciled Australia.
What you can contribute and take away from this event:
- insights from Aboriginal leaders
- analysis of yesterday’s policy failures
- greater understandings of why Aboriginal people are in crisis – from both sides of the racial divide
- clear insights into practical, psychological approaches that are making a real difference to the lives of Aboriginal people
- clarity around practical recognition, what it looks like and how to get there
- dreamings of tomorrow.
The symposium will be held on Saturday 25 March 2017 from 9 am to 5 pm at The Melbourne Brain Centre, Kenneth Myer Building, The University of Melbourne.
PO Box 156
Kew Vic 3101
Mobile: 0450 540 366