This episode explores our national identity and who we are as Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Tim Goodwin, Megan Davis and Joel Pringle, three articulate young Australians who discuss what the future holds for us as a nation as we attempt to embrace Indigenous and non-Indigenous share histo
Fran Dobbie, based in Sydney's western suburbs, is one person who recognizes the vulnerability of youth. She runs self-esteem workshops for children through the charity organisation, Essere.
A major two part commemoration and celebration of the 40th anniversary of the 1966 Wave Hill Walk Off featuring prominent Aboriginal bands who performed during the three day event.
Waverly Stanley is a young man with a big dream. He wants as many kids as possible to have access to prestigious private schools around the country.
For many Aboriginal People, the year 1788 began a process of disintegration, not only of our culture but of our very existence.
A series from a range of highly acclaimed documentaries by award-winning filmmaker - David Goldie.
From time to time, the ABC broadcast a variety of lectures and discussions on topics of general interest.
40,000 Aboriginal people and supporters came from all corners of the country - foot, road, train and air – to march in Sydney on January 26, 1988.
An after-dark basketball competition targeting young people living in public housing across Sydney is about to take the kids of Woolloomoolloo by storm.
In this poignant film, we seek to restore a human face to the word refugee.
This is an amazing, inspirational story about 7 year old Ryan Hreljac from Ontario who was determined to build a well for his pen pal Jimmy and the people in Angola, Uganda so they would have fresh
In a complex debate over the way we're raising and educating children these days, one pattern is inescapable.
"....Many of the stories that have emerged from this part of the world about the church and its missions over the past years have been shocking tales of abuse, exploitation and brutality.
In the last year of their degree, Legal students try their hand at real cases for the first time.
As a committed feminist and prolific author Dale Spender has had a big impact on the women’s movement both here and abroad.
Once described as “A man with plastic shoes and ironclad principles,” Peter Singer is well known as one of the leading thinkers behind the move to defend the rights of animals and says his book, An
Australians have traditionally voted 'No' in referendums to change the constitution.
From Bathurst Island, 80km north of Darwin, a Eucharist service in the Roman Catholic tradition integrating Aboriginal traditional elements and conventional Catholic liturgical forms.
Two Tribes traces the course of a fascinating and innovative mentoring program.