Who is sharing Lateral Love

Radio Adelaide, Adelaide hosted by Annie Hastwell 24 May 2012 5:54 PM
Brian Butler, Director, National Aboriginal Congress speaks of his idea, ahead of Reconciliation Day, to replace lateral violence with lateral love and to spread the idea through a new Lateral Love Australia website. Butler says the whole society is suffering from lateral violence. He
believes lateral love will have the ability to change attitudes. He notes the daily lateral violence among parliamentarians like Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott. He says he wants states, territories and organisations whether Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal including church groups, local
government groups, sporting groups, educations groups, universities and others to sign on to the Lateral Love campaign.

http://www.lga.sa.gov.au/webdata/resources/files/Media_Monitoring_20-26_May_2012.pdf

‘Lady Oracle Loves’ is Lola Alade-Lawal’s Blog to write, to discuss current affairs, to share ideas and to learn from the oracle lenses of Books, Music, Plays, Poetry, Nutrition, History, Africa (Continent & Diaspora), Women & Men. You.

http://iladyoracle.com/2012/06/22/ubuntu-i-am-because-you-are/

Assisting Aboriginal and Islander individuals at risk to themselves and others is Juwarki Kapu-Lug’s primary purpose. All programs will be delivered in a safe, caring and non-judgemental environment whilst maintaining the dignity of our clients. We will provide the highest level of support and encouragement to our clients during their time of need.

http://juwarki.org.au/?p=3435

NPA Family & Community Services is an organisation with a total of 25 indigenous women from the NPA.  The 25 members are comprised of 5 representatives of each sister organisation located in each of the five communities, the representatives are selected by the organisation from their own management committee.

  • Bamaga – Bamagau Kazil TSI Corporation
  • New Mapoon – Nai-Beguta Agama Aboriginal Corporation
  • Umagico – Whyimal Urromgoombu ATSI Corporation
  • Injinoo – Undamu Mayitjung  Aboriginal Corporation
  • Seisia – Women’s Action Group

http://www.npaws.com.au/a-lesson-from-the-past-to-help-the-present/

Culture Language

http://www.culturelanguage.com.au/aboriginal-australians/brian-butler-michael-kirby-%C2%AB-lateral-love-australia/

The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) is the national non government peak body in Australia representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

http://snaicc.asn.au/news-events/fx-view-article.cfm?loadref=32&id=799

SNAICC’s policy focus is currently grouped around three of the policy areas: Early childhood development, Child protection and Social justice.
Work on the other policy areas; Family and Community Support, and Self Determination and Capacity Building, are incorporated within these three areas. Our means for responding to any issue, for example, is to incorporate support for family and community and to enable self-determination. All SNAICC works sits within the 8 Priorities. Our work within these three main areas is also interconnected and cross-cutting, reflecting the holistic and structural way in which SNAICC believes that issues must be redressed.

http://www.snaicc.asn.au/policy-advocacy/dsp-default-e.cfm?loadref=114&txnid=1283&txnctype=resource&txncstype=link

Dreamtime Public Relations is an award-winning highly specialised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander public relations and marketing consultancy which services government, community-controlled, corporate and small business clients all over Australia.

http://www.dreamtimepr.com/view-article/13-

Louise Pascale

http://twitter.com/loupascale/status/204837034022547456

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Public Health Journal (ATSIPHJ) is a private Indigenous Public Health Organisation registered and operating in New South Wales under relevant State and Federal legislation. We are a peer reviewed electronic journal that will publish academic articles on issues relevant to the Public Health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on a quarterly basis. On the outside of ATSIPHJ are free to air public health resources that are available on the Internet – these are categorized into relevant sections and provide a background to the Public Health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

http://www.atsiphj.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2943:lateral-love-a-spirit-of-care-for-all-humankind-lateral-love-australia-blog-a-lateral-love-australia-network-launch&catid=352:public-health-news-feed&Itemid=199

Deadly Bloggers

http://deadlybloggers.blogspot.com.au/

Partnering With Eagles

http://partneringwitheagles.wordpress.com/2012/06/22/who-are-lateral-love-australia-lateral-love-australia/

The Why About This

http://thewhyaboutthis.com/2012/08/02/we-are-all-on-a-journey/

Unite the Light

https://www.facebook.com/livingattributesunitethelight

Lumen Hiatus 0 Random Thoughts & Ideas Taking Root

http://lumenhiatus.com/tag/lateral-love-australia/

Elvis Twist

http://elvistwist.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/lateral-love-australia-song-of-week.html

Nataliaphenice

http://nataliaphenice.wordpress.com/2012/08/17/194/

Silo Breaker

http://www.silobreaker.com/sharing-lateral-love-in-australia-5_2265957958628147427

The Truth Be Told

http://katerizzetti.com/2012/06/

Wiser East Africa

https://www.facebook.com/WiserEastAfrica

Indigenous Rising

http://indigenousrising.wordpress.com/

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