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The New Platform Papers from Currency House
Not-for-profit since 2001. Promoting the interests of practitioners and researchers in the arts and humanities.
How will the implementation of the Uluru Statement from the Heart inform the National Cultural Policy?

Volume 2 of the New Platform Papers, From The Heart, starts the conversation in a long essay by a leader in the performing arts in Australia, Jo Caust, with passionate orations from First Nations leaders and experts in the performing and visual arts, philosophy and constitutional law; including Pitjantjatjara artist Sally Scales on modern slavery in Australia, Noel Pearson on "Australia's Great Crime Against the Jobless", Rachael Maza on truth-telling and Makarrata in "Re-RIGHT-ing the Narrative" and an astonishing new work from the author of Sand Talk, Tyson Yunkaporta, The Trouble with this Canoe. Also reprinted in this volume is Wesley Enoch's best-selling essay Take Me to Your Leader: The dilemma of Cultural Leadership.

Cover image: James Tylor Turalayinthi Yarta (Meyunna) 2017

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