Other recent blog entries
8 Aug 2017 | Blog | Indigenous peoples | Long-term Development
Caritas Australia works alongside the world’s most vulnerable and marginalised indigenous communities. This is the story of Ronjit from Bangladesh, who has transformed his life and is now flourishing as a small livestock trader.
Tags: Indigenous Peoples, Bangladesh, sustainable livelihood | No comments
23 May 2017 | Blog | Long-term Development | Women | Caritas News magazine
Karen has flourished and grown through Caritas Australia’s support, going from strength to strength as a mother and community role model.
Tags: Indigenous Peoples, First Australians | No comments
21 Sep 2014 | Blog | Walk As One | Long-term Development
Indigenous groups in Australia and New Zealand share so many complex challenges: loss of land, water supply, health, and environmental change. But there is the capacity to build relationships based on trust and understanding by engaging people at the grassroots level.
Tags: Aotearoa, Indigenous Australia, Indigenous rights, Indigenous Peoples, Mao | No comments
23 Oct 2013 | Blog | Supporter action
A few weeks ago, Toowoomba hosted their annual festival, the Carnival of Flowers. This year, Caritas Australia’s Veronica White took part by creating an amazing flower display – with a difference.
Tags: flower display, Indigenous Peoples, education, Bangladesh | No comments
9 Aug 2013 | Blog | Long-term Development
Today, on the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we would like to celebrate the rich culture of First Australians by sharing this video of Djilpin Arts' Walking with Spirits festival.
Tags: Indigenous Peoples, First Australians, Djilpin Arts | No comments
23 Jan 2013 | Blog | Walk As One
In November, Gary ‘Curly’ Bonney took part in a Caritas Australia immersion trip to Peru. In this blog he talks about his experiences and the difficulty in playing the didgeridoo 3,500 metres above sea level.
Tags: Social justice, Peru, Indigenous rights, Indigenous Peoples | No comments
14 Nov 2012 | Blog | Supporter action | Walk As One
Marisa Kelly attended the Walk As One forum in Sydney earlier this year. In this blog, she shares a bit about her thoughts and experiences of the forum, and of the Walk As One campaign.
Tags: Walk As One forum, interview, Indigenous Peoples | No comments
Now I can bathe every day, the distance to collect water for the family has been drastically reduced.We now drink clean, safe water and diseases are no longer affecting us.”
- Thandolwayo, Zimbabwe