Integrity 20 Live Radio Broadcast on 4EB Global Digital

The Source News is presented live from Integrity 20 by Athena Zelandonii and Monique Pueblos featuring all the latest debate on press freedom and human rights. The show features interviews with Eric Avery, Jodie Ginsberg, Kerry O'Brien, Navi Pillay, … [Read more...]

Eric Avery revitalising Indigenous language through song

by Lia Ribeiro de Noronha Indigenous composer Eric Avery works towards reconciliation through music, opening Integrity 20 with a message of connection sung in his traditional language. Eric Avery photos by Isabella Porras He welcomed … [Read more...]

Groups create space for multicultural expression

Rebecca Amani

SAMANTHA BALDRY  It is not unusual for youth, and especially for multicultural youth, to feel as if their voices aren’t being heard, but a number of organisations in Brisbane are encouraging Australia’s multicultural youth not just to speak … [Read more...]

Indigenous Artisan Market hits South Brisbane

Wire and Mud jewellery

ATHENA ZELANDONII Makers and creatives from across South East Queensland will come together for the Indigenous Artisan Markets in South Brisbane this Saturday from 10am to 3pm.    The event, which is being held in partnership with … [Read more...]

Remarkable Tales podcast from Woodford

https://soundcloud.com/user-101730111/episode-15-woodford-folk-festival In this episode of Remarkable Tales, we take you to the Woodford Folk Festival. The Griffith University student newsroom based on site has gathered tales from throughout … [Read more...]

Storytelling runs deep with Chasing Smoke

Storytelling is as foundational an aspect to community as a rigger is to a circus act, and only at Woodford Folk Festival, in an evocative performance like Chasing Smoke, would you find these two facets intertwine so seamlessly. Lara Croydon … [Read more...]

The Poets Breakfast – the most fulfilling meal of the day

by Jade McGarry 'Campbell the Swaggy' graces the stage at the Poets Breakfast Photo cred: Dylan Crawford Making an audience feel emotionally vulnerable by a group of strangers at 8AM in the morning is a tough gig, but the folk at the Poets … [Read more...]

Fitzroy River in the Kimberley Region is “still under a lot of threat,” says Dr Anne Poelina and Dr Barry Traill

By Connie Savage Source: Woodford Artist ImageSource: Connie Savage Conversations at Woodford Folk Festival turned solemn when Dr Anne Poelina and Dr Barry Traill discussed the challenges of gaining long-term protection for the Kimberley … [Read more...]

Chris Tamwoy taps and strums his way in to the hearts of Woodford

by Isaac Gregor Chris Tamwoy captivating the audience at the event 'Always Has, Always Will Be' - The Grande, Woodford Folk Festival. An undeniable aspect of Woodford Folk Festival's ethos is connectivity, and that theme has acted as a catalyst … [Read more...]

Uncle Herb Wharton: poet, author and ambassador for Indigenous rights

BY Connie Savage For Uncle Herb Wharton, the Woodford Folk Festival is the perfect opportunity to call for more respect and recognition for the contribution of Indigenous people all around Australia. Celebrating his 84th birthday at his … [Read more...]