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Batchelor Institute � Finding Common Ground


Batchelor Institute � Finding Common Ground: Batchelor Institute CEO, Robert Somerville AM, officially launched the book which features contributions by 30 authors across 16 chapters of compelling reading.

“The book features a series of chapters responding to Batchelor Institute’s key 40th anniversary theme of Finding Common Ground between different knowledge systems, such as those used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and those within Western cultures and institutions”, Mr Somerville said.

“The chapters provide a wide range of perspectives on the theme with some taking the form of a story, others are provocative, some review process, while others report on the changing perspectives in education and communities.

“Reflecting Batchelor Institute’s commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples this work presents a rich tapestry of reflections on finding common ground by an exciting range of authors.

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