Caat Project

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By collaborating with local initiatives that look to empower vulnerable communities (or groups), CAAT projects aims to bring creative and sustainable methods that help them realise their full potential. We promote: – Art, multiculturalism and diversity; – Resilience and integration of vulnerable groups; – Creative and sustainable solutions. We organize several events within the EU [...] Continue Reading

Mama Tierra

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Mama Tierra is a non-profit organization that supports indigenous communities in their quest for self-determination, human rights and protection of natural resources. We focus mostly on indigenous women because they carry the biggest responsibility within their communities, they play a vital role for the well-being of their families and the care-taking of the children, the [...] Continue Reading

Sounds & Colours Magazine

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Sounds and Colours is a South American music and culture magazine exploring the sheer wonderment of the Latin American world. It’s a guide for anyone interested in South American culture whether you’ve never even stepped foot in the region or have lived there your whole life – we hope to have a little something for [...] Continue Reading

Alianza Arkana

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Through establishing grassroots alliances with indigenous and international organizations, strengthening stewardship of vital ecosystems, honoring ancestral wisdom in the creation and application of sustainable development practices, preserving cultural identity and traditions through true intercultural education, and standing in solidarity with our allies for environmental and social justice, we will ensure a clean, just, and sustainable [...] Continue Reading

Ronald Duikersloot

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Ronald Duikersloot (1979) is a classic example of a versatile contemporary artist with a socio-critical worldview. From professional graffiti artist, idealist, robot designer to flamethrower performer as DE WILDLASSER on alternative festivals, the concepts of Duikersloot are mainly ironic and something to remember. His motto is: Rule # 1: “There are no rules!” He’s shown [...] Continue Reading

ICTV

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Indigenous Community Television (ICTV) is an independent, not for profit organisation. Our Core purpose is to improve the lives of Indigenous Australian through the creation of media distribution outlets that enable the active sharing of stories, culture, language and the provision of essential information. Each year, as more of our elders pass away, ICTV plays [...] Continue Reading

Let’s Explore Magazine

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Let’s Explore is a platform of curated inspiration; exploring the inspiring stories and travels of people who then create quality brands, products, food, magazines and design. Not interested in the marketing pitch, but rather in the ‘why’. The Online Features are medium-length magazine reviews, photo essay’s, written essay’s, interviews and stories. This medium-form content is [...] Continue Reading

Why Warriors

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We are a committed group of Balanda (mainstream) and Yolngu (East Arnhem Land Aboriginal) individuals who believe in making a difference. We partner together to bring locally controlled change, as well as opportunities for cultures to understand each other. Why Warriors co-founder Richard Trudgen wrote the seminal book “Why Warriors Lie Down And Die”, a [...] Continue Reading

Wayne Quilliam

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Adjunct Professor Wayne Quilliam is one of Australia’s most respected Indigenous photographers/artist/curators/videographers and cultural advisers working at a local, national and international level. His award winning career includes the coveted National NAIDOC Indigenous Artist of the Year, nominated as a Master of Photography by National Geographic, winner of Business of the Year for the Australian [...] Continue Reading

Jimmy Nelson Foundation

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Jimmy Nelson (UK, 1967) started working as a photographer in 1987. Having spent 10 years at a Jesuit boarding school in the North of England, he set off on his own to traverse the length of Tibet on foot (1985). The journey lasted a year and upon his return his unique visual diary, featuring revealing images of a previously inaccessible Tibet, was published to wide international acclaim. Continue Reading