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Jason Ardler May 20
Kicking off 2019: inaugural NSW Gathering - delegates representing 50 first languages sharing wisdom & practice in language revitalisation & growth. is a Gadigal/Eora word meaning “to see the way”.
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Jason Ardler May 20
Dr Ray Kelly speaking at - NSW Gathering. What’s the secret to language development? “Talk, talk, talk.”
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Freeda Roberts Jan 29
We need to address the issues of our past, to provide interventions for our present that ultimately leads to a better future for all. 🙌🏾🖤💛❤️ Jacinta Price doesn’t speak for me!
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Kimberwalli Apr 30
Leaving school is one of life’s big transitions. Kimberwalli will walk alongside young Aboriginal people as they navigate their future ️💛
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Kimberwalli Apr 28
Project Advisory Committee member Brooke is spot on - it’s all about reaching for the stars at Kimberwalli ✨
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Daniel Villamizar Feb 28
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Sophie Winton Dec 9
Amazing to be able to see sign landmark agreements today between Aboriginal peoples and the NSW Government that put Aboriginal peoples in the driver’s seat when it comes to making community decisions. Brilliant work.
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Jason Ardler Nov 27
Excited to announce our new publication “Weaving Knowledges” - exploring and community-based participatory and in NSW Aboriginal contexts.
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Jason Ardler May 23
Wrapping up an incredible 3 days. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the overwhelming success of Gathering.
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Miss Positivity Feb 19
the panel discusses "True co-design between Indigenous & non- indigenous peoples ..." in is exactly this TRUE co-design... how do we get the message out about the success of this?
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Kimberwalli Jun 13
Congrats to this year’s National NAIDOC Poster Competition winner, Charmaine Mumbulla, a proud Kaurna and Narungga woman. ‘Awaken’ was judged to have best captured the 2019 NAIDOC theme .
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Gabrielle Russell 10 May 18
New content from local decision making, Language nests, research agenda including cultural capability of the public service and so much more
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Kimberwalli May 2
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