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Because of her I can – Innabaarn returned home

Alison Nannup and the cover of Alice Nannup’s Book Alison Nannup, a Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education student, has received the exciting news that her poem was recognised in this year’s ‘Poetry on the Move: Inhabiting Language’ festival. On Sunday 16th September it
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ABC donates library to Indigenous students

Batchelor Institute students Tiarne de Beer and Allen Minniecon, with books donated by the ABC in Alice Springs. Photo: Angela Harrison The ABC has donated more than 10,000 reference books to Indigenous Australian students in the Northern Territory, to strengthen their education and e
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Masters student delivers student’s response

The Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education congratulates Mr Edward (Ted) Lovelock on graduating from the Masters of Indigenous Knowledges at the recent Batchelor Campus Graduation Ceremony. After all Certificates and Diplomas were presented to the graduates, Ted gave a s
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Academic honoured with Indigenous doctorate

Caption: From left: Dr Wendy Ludwig, Batchelor Institute Council Chair Professor Mark Rose and WINU Professor Boni Robertson. Story: Charles Darwin University Image: Batchelor Institute. A Charles Darwin University academic has become the first Territorian to be conferred with an hono
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CLC Ranger success

Photo courtesy of Central land Council The Indigenous Ranger program at the Central Land Council (CLC) is going from strength to strength with the help of the Batchelor Institute. The CLC’s ranger program employs and trains people in remote communities where real jobs are scarce. Fund
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BIITE helps Cyclone Marcus clean-up

Recently 16 participants from Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation and 2 ILE lecturers enrolled in the FPICOT2239A Trim and cut felled trees unit conducted by Batchelor Institute. The short course was delivered over a period of two days at the Batchelor Campus. The participants were requir
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We Always Stay

Seven Aboriginal teachers from remote central Australian communities have documented their education journeys in We Always Stay, which was launched by CLC director David Ross, an early champion of the WETT, on the 22nd March at the Central Land Council. The teachers, all women, have a
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Educators deliver orientation workshop in Lao

Story and image courtesy of CDU College of Education Professor Sue Shore has returned home from Lao where she co-delivered an orientation program to a group of teachers, who later this year will visit the Northern Territory on a professional study tour. Professor Shore and Batchelor I
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SIR the label gives back for Autumn Winter ’18 Campaign

SIR the label is paying homage to the land they call home by giving back to the territory at the heart of their new AW’18 campaign. The label will be donating a percentage of their online sales for preorders to Northern Territory organisation the Batchelor Institute for Indigenous Ter
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Thumbs up for Barunga

L-R Evelyn Schaber, Batchelor Institute Arts and Humanities Director, Dilan Thompson, Sommer Meadows, Roper Gulf Regional Council Students in the remote Indigenous community of Barunga are getting a hands-on education in machinery operating. The three months course, being delivered by
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