This Bibliography is a collection of resources and references that have informed CAN's Place Names project process and community outcomes.
24 August 2021
Alwatan to Home sought to create a welcoming space for women from Arabic-speaking backgrounds to come together and share their stories.
01 August 2021
As part of Dream Plan Do, the Equatoria Community developed a cookbook of culturally significant dishes which are shared at important events, such as child-naming ceremonies, marriages and other celebrations.
03 May 2021
As part of DPD, Roots TV invited young emerging CALD artists from low socio-economic areas to participate in the Diamonds in the Rough program, a series of performing arts workshops where industry professionals mentored them through developing their own artistic pieces to perform on stage.
01 May 2021
A collaboration between Soul Alphabet and CAN, Rooted in Freedom aimed to inspire young bla(c)k women aged between 16 and 28 to honour their freedom and express themselves authentically through the written word.
30 April 2021
Mentored by Lee Kinsella and Emele Ugavule, Second Generation founders Asha Kiani and Elham Eshraghian-Haakansson led a series of workshops open to all members of the Iranian-Australian community.
30 April 2021
Under the leadership of Willson Kene and Esther Amito, eight members of Dynasty Youth produced a podcast series called Dynasty in Conversation, featuring young members of the African community sharing their autobiographical narratives, perspectives and insights on life.
10 February 2021
The brainchild of two trained psychologists from Colombia, Jennifer Alvarez Guerrero and Angelica Ramirez Castellanos, CREA shared the joy of clowning with Latin American migrants living in Perth.
01 February 2021
Western Empire was created by members of the local South Sudanese community who wanted to share their traditional culture, music and wrestling with young people.
21 December 2020
Kep Koorliny (Rain Coming) supported Noongar community members to use poetry as a medium for storytelling and to express their personal histories.
31 December 2019