All posts by Stan Grant

Stan Grant is the Indigenous Affairs Editor for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and special advisor to the Prime Minister on Indigenous constitutional recognition. A multi-award winning current affairs host, author and adventurer, Stan’s career in journalism has spanned more than 30 years. In that time he has travelled the world covering major stories, such as the release of Nelson Mandela, the troubles in Northern Ireland, the death of Princess Diana, the war in Iraq and the Pakistan earthquake. Stan has been a political correspondent for the ABC, a Europe correspondent for the Seven Network and a senior international correspondent for the international broadcaster CNN. He has won many major awards including an Australian TV Logie, an Alfred I. duPont–Columbia University Award and the prestigious US Peabody Award. He is also a four-time winner of the highly prized Asia TV Awards, including reporter of the year.

Stan Grant: How my early years shaped me

In a very personal meditation on identity and race, STAN GRANT—journalist, author and proud Wiradjuri man—talks about his experiences coming to terms with being himself in Australia. Talking to My Country is a challenge and an invitation, written in the wake of the 2015 debate over the treatment of AFL player Adam Goodes. Grant says […]

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