Learning literacy from laptops

The Aboriginal Literacy Foundation is going digital with an innovative scheme to deliver one-on-one tutoring to Indigenous students, including those living in remote areas.

NAIDOC week and beyond

July was a busy month for Leprena, the Tasmanian home of the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress.

Uniting Church hails treaty progress

The Uniting Church has welcomed Victoria’s landmark step towards negotiating a treaty with the First Peoples and urged that the process continue.

Keep the embers alive

Stuart McMillan has urged Church members to address the “unfinished business” of sovereignty and Treaty for First Peoples.

Voice recognition

The power of story was a central theme of the Voices of Strength cultural gathering held at the Leprena centre in Hobart on 18 April.

Uluru statement

The Uniting Church has urged the Australian government to listen to the voice of First Peoples and support the Uluru Statement.

Sorry for sins of the past

We look back at how the Uniting Church's relationship with First Peoples has changed over the past 40 years.

Putting First Peoples first

Ray Minniecon and Chris Budden I recently had the privilege of attending the President’s Conference in Darwin.

Is it time to change the date?

Friday Forum Your views on the news Since 1994, Australia Day has been celebrated nationally on 26 January, the day when white settlers first arrived in Australia.

Talking Treaty: Asking for a sign

GARTH JONES On Wednesday, 9 November, more than 300 people packed Wesley Uniting Church for the Victorian Council of Churches’ Christian Perspectives on Treaty, Sovereignty and Constitutional Recognition forum.

Letters home

Review by Renate Howe BOOK | DEAR FAMILY: LETTERS FROM ARNHEM LAND 1962-1966 | BETH GRAHAM How fortunate that these letters, written 50 years ago while Beth Graham and her husband Leigh were Methodist missionaries at Yir

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