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Professor Tom Calma reflects on the need for all Australians to take care of and check in on our most vulnerable.
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September 10, 2015
By Professor Tom Calma AO. Professor Tom Calma is the Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia and believes strongly in the link between reconciliation and the overall health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Image:“R U OK Griffith” by ruokday is licensed under CC BY 2.0  It is estimated that one Australian attempts suicide every 10 minutes. For every completed suicide, 30 more attempts are made. It...
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Joint Statement on racism directed at Adam Goodes

August 5, 2015
Following the weekend’s events when prominent Aboriginal AFL player and former Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes was booed at every turn during the Swans v West Coast Eagles AFL match. Today in advance of the weekend round of AFL, 150 organisations (listed overleaf) join together to call for renewed efforts to stamp out racism in sport and everyday...
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