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Johnnie Aseron

Academic Research and International Indigenous Research Liaison

The Oorala Aboriginal Centre

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www.une.edu.au

Johnnie Aseron
Academic Research & International Indigenous Research Liaison


www.yourcareerguide.com.au [cached]

Johnnie Aseron, International Indigenous Research Liaison in the Southern Cross Business School, has been working with Indigenous communities from Grafton to Kempsey in a pilot project to identify strategies to boost Indigenous participation in education.
One of the key elements of this project has been the development of a community reference group and events where participants can share ideas around key issues such as education, cultural identity and health. 'The simple mission was to create a space within the festival that engendered and allowed for InterNational Indigenous Peoples participation in collaborative cultural expression, exchange of knowledge and sharing of experiences,' Mr Aseron said. Mr Aseron is a Haudenosenee/Lakota Native American from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation in Eagle Butte, South Dakota. He is also a gifted musician, storyteller and artist and will be among the performers at the Festival.


www.redvelvetslide.com [cached]

Guitar Masters 2004 - Chris and Johnnie Aseron, film maker and musician.Johnnie is the director of Rediscovering the Seventh Direction (RSD) is a non-profit Native organization that seeks to foster social and economic development through recognizing and promoting (rediscovering) the traditional cultural strengths and values of Native Peoples.


www.mythicrhythm.com [cached]

Songwriter & Musician Johnnie Aseron's website based on his work with musicians all over the world.
Hear his latest recordings, the rough mixes, at www.storiesandsongs.org/music


www.scu.edu.au [cached]

Simon Wilde and Johnnie Aseron
Johnnie Aseron, who is the international research liaison for Gnibi, will be leading the public forums in the Village and the opening performance of the carnival on Friday night. Photo: Dr Simon Wilde, from the Southern Cross Business School, and Johnnie Aseron, from Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples, will be attending the Bellingen Global Carnival.


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