Indigenous

Sovereignty and Struggle for Independence

Human Rights Day is fast approaching! On Sunday 8 December, 3CR is holding a Human Rights public forum to increase awareness and build support for sovereignty and independence in Australia, Sri Lanka and West Papua.

3CR wins CBAA Award for Beyond the Bars

We are very happy to announce that 3CR has won the 2013 Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) Award for Contribution to Indigenous Broadcasting for Beyond the Bars! The award was accepted by Shiralee Hood via phone at the 2013 CBAA Conference in Sydney on the weekend.

Friday 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Diverse new sounds from the crate and around the planet, special live-in-the-studio performances from a range of interesting artists, interviews and gig guides. Featuring diverse new sounds from independent local & global artists, special live-in-the-studio performances, interviews and local gig guide. Every fortnight, Jane brings you a subjective guide to local gigs, playing the music of the performers she recommends you get out and see live that week. On alternate Fridays, Joe will do more of the same with a little bit of reflection and delving into some recent releases.
Beyond the Bars CD Launch

Once again 3CR is very proud to announce the launch of the Beyond the Bars CD. This is the 10th CD to feature highlights from the Beyond the Bars NAIDOC week broadcasts. The launch will feature excerpts from the CD, a panel discussion with Vickie Roach, Shiralee Hood and Daniel Skipper, MC'd by Beyond the Bars founding member, Kutcha Edwards and with music by Johnny Mac. Thursday 21 November 6-8pm at the New Ballroom, Trades Hall, cnr Victoria and Lygon Sts, Carlton. Light refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages available. Please come to the launch and celebrate with us the achievements of this amazing project.

Freedom Flotilla

The Freedom Flotilla to West Papua was an unprecedented event of creative resistance to the Indonesian occupation of West Papua. Highlighting the abuses of human rights and land rights carried out under the occupations of their lands on an international stage. The Freedom Flotilla sucessfully completed their sacred mission on Friday 13 September 2013.

John Harding Wins Deadly

A huge congratulations to Indearts presenter John Harding for wining the  "Community Broadcaster of The Year" Deadly Award. You can catch Indearts on air every Tuesday from 10-11am on 855AM, On Demand, or on Digital Radio.

Tent Embassy 2012
Monday 11:00am to 1:00pm
The Black Block is an interactive Indigenous current affairs program, hosted and produced by Viv Malo, a Gooniyandi woman born and living, and broadcasting from the Lands of the Kulin Nations.
Freedom Flotilla

The Freedom Flotilla to West Papua is an unprecedented event of creative resistance to the Indonesian occupation of West Papua. The initiative of Indigenous Elders of Australia and West Papua set out to build global solidarity and highlight the abuses of human rights and land rights carried out under the occupations of their lands on an international stage.

Indearts Deadly Nomination

Indearts presenter John Harding has been nominated for the "Community Broadcaster of The Year" Deadly Award. John has been broadcasting on 3CR for 2 years and says it is "such an honour to just to be nominated, considering the great quality of community broadcasting across the nation". Indearts is on air every Tuesday from 10-11am, presenting an indigenous point of view on current affairs, the arts and music.

Beyond the Bars 2013

Tune in throughout NAIDOC week to 3CR to hear Beyond the Bars - Australia's only live prison broadcast. The broadcast involves over 100 Indigenous men, women and young people from the inside, sharing stories, songs, opinions and poems from within the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre, Barwon Prison, Fulham Correctional Centre, Marngoneet Correctional Centre, Loddon Prison and Port Phillip Prison.