Monthly Archives: March 2012

Films comment

This was really interesting well done Paul I just think it is such a shame there is so much more history crumbly in front of our eyes and nothing is being captured or preserved in film for future reference. One … Continue reading

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Sites of Conscience

Sites of Conscience: •interpret history through historic sites; •engage in programs that stimulate dialogue on pressing social issues; •promote humanitarian values as a primary function; and •share opportunities for public involvement in issues raised at the site. Cheers Mark

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More on Willow Court as Council seeks talks on funding (audio link)

http://blogs.abc.net.au/tasmania/2012/03/more-on-willow-court-as-council-seeks-talks-on-funding.html More on Willow Court as Council seeks talks on funding. 06/03/2012 , 10:52 AM by Sarah Gillman Following yesterday’s discussion, Leon caught up with Willow Court’s only resident Mario Cortes, and Derwent Valley Mayor Martyn Evans. Mario Cortes bought … Continue reading

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International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hNnSGflpAE The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience is a worldwide network dedicated to the belief that by remembering the struggles of the past, we can question our current reality and create meaningful change for the future. Sites of Conscience … Continue reading

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Willow Court Bites Glenora or G Ward

New http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7p8A43q8sY Willow Court Bites Glenora or G Ward www.youtube.com In support of Willow Court Tasmania. A site of Conscience facebook group.

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The sad reality that is the privatisation and development of the Willow Court site

The sad reality that is the privatisation and development of the Willow Court site. Cheers Scott Eversham It’s sad, but why would anyone want to live where there was so much pain and stigma? Kathryn Ellston Hi Scott I agree … Continue reading

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Willow Court is significant to the Disability Sector

Willow Court is significant to the Disability Sector! It has a rich and powerful history, and if we want to preserve it  we need to take some positive action. We need as a sector to find ways to work with … Continue reading

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A Site of Conscience

A Site of Conscience interprets history through historic sites; engages in programs that stimulate dialogue on pressing social issues; They also draw explicit connections between past and present; foster dialogue among diverse stakeholders; and open avenues for citizen participation in … Continue reading

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‎12 years of neglect ended for ward F or Franklin on Saturday night

 ‎12 years of neglect ended for ward F or Franklin on Saturday night, Buildings that have looked not wanted, not looked after and not valued are easy prey for destruction. Council have now placed a fence around all the oval … Continue reading

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Willow Court “Bites” Muriel Knight Park

Willow Court “Bites” Muriel Knight Park http://www.willowcourttasmania.org/films/  

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