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Tags Yuendumu Mediation and Justice Committee

Tag: Yuendumu Mediation and Justice Committee

Yuendumu manual for healing community troubles

 

The launch of the Yuendumu Mediation Manual was nothing like the usual book launch, nor is this the usual book. The main story barely has 200 words in English and about the same in Warlpiri – a compelling lesson in how a few words can make a powerful point. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Pictured, from left: John Gaynor (from the Central Desert Shire which helped with the publication), Thomas Rice, Cecil Johnson, Riley Oldfield, Robert Robertson and shire employee at Yuendumu, Madhu Panthee.

 

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