In partnership with the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies’ (AIATSIS), Kurongkurl Katitjin will be hosting a one-day symposium next month titled Indigenous Resurgence in Canada and Australia.
Cultural sensitivities and an unwillingness to speak about their problems with others meant sexual and reproductive health issues among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men went unstudied for years. But one ECU researcher was successful in getting them to open up.
A new art exhibition at Joondalup Campus highlights the stories of the WA Aboriginal servicemen who served during World War I.
A new boardwalk over the lake at the Joondalup Campus is actually ECU’s newest cultural reflection space.
ECU’s Joondalup Elder-in-Residence Mrs Oriel Green has been inducted into the 2016 WA Women’s Hall of Fame in celebration of International Women’s Day.
The founding director of ECU’s HealthInfoNet has passed away. He will be remembered for his determination and long-term involvement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
ECU’s Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNethas developed a Women’s Health Yarning Place in partnership with the Monash Centre for Health Research and Innovation (MCHRI).
The 2016 National NAIDOC theme is: Songlines –The living narrative of our nation.
Find out if you're eligible for an ECU scholarship today.
The Kambarang (Oct/Nov) newsletter 2015 is now available.
The Djilba (Aug/Sept) newsletter 2015 is now available.
ECU Campuses will light up throughout 2016 to celebrate the University’s 25th anniversary as well as indicating the six Nyoongar seasons.
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