Walk in 3 Worlds Podcast
Yarraka Bayles is connected strongly to her culture, an inspirational person, very active in business, community circles and is also a co-host of Walk in 3 Worlds Podcast. Greg Dodge is pleased to int
Wi3W Ep. 13 - Margaret Hepworth, Executive Officer, from Initiatives for Change (IofC) speaks with Greg Dodge
We are pleased to release this Episode13 to acknowledge and celebrate the International Day of Peace on September 21, 2021. To subscribe to Spotify, Apple, Google Play, Amazon, Stitcher, Android or em
This poem came about from observing the growth and changes of young Kitch from 2007 to today. His passion to learn the customs, stories and language of Samoa.
Greg Dodge is a sixth generation descendant from Charlotte Simpson-Hall who was transported to Australia on the Lady Juliana known as The Floating Brothel.
About Nayef Din. Nayef Din is a British civil engineer who was born in Kuwait but left when a nearby dictator invaded with his tanks. He grew up in north London graduating from Imperial College before
Around late 2018 I was looking at a new Australian Fifty Dollar ($50) note, as I was curious about who the First Nation person was that I had been seeing since 1995 on the old $50 note. Not that I had
Peter Forday is a proud Aussie. He is a facilitator and performance coach whose clients are most commonly looking for better ways to engage, develop and inspire others.
Australianitus is the first poem written and performed by Greg Dodge, a sixth generation Australian convict (keep in the loop as his poems are released to the world).
Marama is a Maori singer-songwriter, musician, performer, rapper, mum, grandma and cultural story teller/keeper. We are so honoured to interview Marama and hear about her journey as a Maussie (an Aust
We are proud to present a poem, "My Mate Dusty", from our Coming Together series, written by Greg Dodge, about his conversations and stories learnt about a First Nations Australian man that he met in