What can we learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge systems, ways of caring for children and 60,000 years of justice and lore on this land?
Join us, in partnership with the Conflict, Development, Justice Research Cluster, for an afternoon of storytelling, panels and theatre where we learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and communities through the Koorie Youth Council’s Ngaga-dji (hear me) project.
We will also have a dialogue theatre performance – ‘South Sudan Voice’, as well as an African-Australian panel discussion on what we can we learn from Indigenous ways of knowing.
This event will be held at Studio Five in Parkville, close to Melbourne’s CBD. It’s the same venue where we got together for our launch in July. A great space to get together and connect with other people working for better outcomes for young people. And we end with reflections over drinks and good food from 6pm.
Please join us for this free event. Register here