The publications in this collection explore issues related to social justice, connection to place, and sustainable interactions between humans and the environment.
Voicing Derbarl Yerrigan as a feminist anti-colonial methodology
Performing kayepa dordok living waters in Noongar boodjar, South-Western Australia
“Cultural security is an on-going journey … ” Exploring views from staff members on the quality and cultural security of services for Aboriginal families in Western Australia
A review of Nyoongar responses to severe climate change and the threat of epidemic disease—Lessons from their past
Coloniser control and the art of disremembering a “dark history”: Duality in Australia Day and Australian history
The Uluru statement: A First Nations perspective of the implications for social reconstructive race relations in Australia
Intergenerational influences of hunger and community violence on the Aboriginal people of Western Australia: A review
The land still speaks: Ni, katitj!
Participatory action and dual lens research
From segregation to self-determination in the twentieth century
Ngalak koora koora djinang (Looking back together): A Nyoongar and scientific collaborative history of ancient Nyoongar boodja
Synergies: Walking together: Belonging to country