Two special publications marking Flinders’ contribution to Indigenous affairs both in Australia and overseas are being launched as part of the University’s 50th Anniversary.
A traditional smoking ceremony heralded the first official raising of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags at Flinders’ main campus.
Flinders speech pathology student Lakkari Rigney gave a keynote address at the SACE Aboriginal Pathways Conference at Flinders today.
When someone tells you that they studied animal and movie law with no intention of working in either area, it’s hard not to raise an eyebrow – or even two.
“Let us renew that commitment, our commitment to Australia and Australia’s cause – the cause of freedom, fairness, justice and peace.”
Flinders University is playing a leading role in the employment of Indigenous people, according to the Minister for Employment Participation, Mr Brendan O’Connor.