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PAW Media Board Meeting

PAW Media Board Meeting

BEGINS: 20 May 2011
ENDS: 20 May 2011


CATEGORY: ORGANISATIONAL
TYPE: EVENT
Regular meeting of the PAW Media Board. Planned for Yuelamu. CONTINUED »

PAW Media Board Meeting

PAW Media Board Meeting

BEGINS: 17 June 2011
ENDS: 17 June 2011


CATEGORY: ORGANISATIONAL
TYPE: EVENT
Regular Board Meeting of PAW Media and Communications. Planned for Yuendumu. CONTINUED »

Cultural Awareness Training : non Aboriginal PAW Media staff

Cultural Awareness Training : non Aboriginal PAW Media staff

BEGINS: 17 May 2011
ENDS: 18 May 2011


CATEGORY: ORGANISATIONAL
TAGS: TRAINING
TYPE: EVENT
PAW Media non-Aboriginal staff are undertaking Cultural Awareness training with Why Warriors. Non-Aboriginal staff are provided with guidance and support in cultural matters on a day to day basis by PAW Media Aboriginal staff and Board members. The Why... CONTINUED »

PAW at RIMO workshop

PAW at RIMO workshop

BEGINS: 29 June 2011
ENDS: 29 June 2011


CATEGORY: ORGANISATIONAL
TYPE: EVENT
PAW Media staff are attending a workshop in Alice Springs to discuss the future of the remote media sector, and key issues facing it. Representatives from Remote Indigenous Media Organisations from WA, SA, NT and Queensland will be attending. PAW Media's... CONTINUED »

PAW Media presentation at AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference

PAW Media presentation at AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference

BEGINS: 19 September 2011
ENDS: 22 September 2011


CATEGORY: VIDEO
TAGS: ANIMATION
TYPE: EVENT
​David Slowo and Jason Woods will be presenting at this years Indigenous Studies Conference in Canberra. The conference theme is "Young and old: connecting generations." The AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference brings together... CONTINUED »

Review recommends that indigenous broadcasting be moved back to DBCDE

Review recommends that indigenous broadcasting be moved back to DBCDE

The long awaited report of the Indigenous Broadcasting Review was released on April 6, 2011.The Report strongly recommended that Federal Government responsibility for Indigenous broadcasting programs be located within the same Department as other... CONTINUED »