Newsletter date: 5 August 2015
* Upcoming facebook Event: Where To From Here? Getting it right for Aboriginal Australia - Monday 17th August 2015, Melbourne
* Upcoming facebook Event: Aboriginal & Asian Cultures - More 'Same Same' than Different - Wednesday 19th August 2015, Melbourne
* Upcoming Event: Why Warriors Presents Bridging the Gap Seminar - Darwin - 20 & 21 October 2015
* Book: Why Warriors Lie Down And Die by Richard Trudgen: http://www.whywarriors.com.au/products/index.php
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WGAR News - Working Group for Aboriginal Rights (Australia)
- Upcoming Event
Where To From Here?
Getting it right for Aboriginal Australia
Monday 17th August 2015, Melbourne
"Join us for an illuminating talk by veteran community educator, author and presenter Richard Trudgen, as he unveils the causes and solutions to the current state of play in Indigenous affairs.
Discover practical answers to the hard questions.
"Why are health, education and employment outcomes in Indigenous communities still so poor?"
"Why are Government programs not working?"
"How can remote Aboriginal communities remain viable?"
"How can I improve my work with and for Aboriginal people?"
Finalist for Senior Australian of the Year 2015, Richard has been living and working with the Yolŋu peoples of Northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory for the last 40 years. He has dedicated his life to supporting Indigenous communities achieve self-determination as well as improve mainstream engagement with Indigenous Australia. ... "
Date: Monday 17th August 2015
Venue: CERES Community Environment Park, Cnr Roberts and Stewart Streets, East Brunswick, VIC 3057
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Entry: $30 ($20 concession)
To register, please visit: www.cvent.com/d/9rqr7s
Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/840754516009835/
- Upcoming Event
Aboriginal & Asian Cultures - More ‘Same Same’ than Different
"Would your organization like to develop its inter-cultural competency and raise employee engagement levels?
Join us for a free innovative seminar, hosted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, presented by cross-cultural experts Richard Trudgen, Patti McCarthy & Ken Woo."
Wednesday 19th August 2015
PwC, Freshwater Place
2 Southbank Blvd
- Upcoming Event
Why Warriors Presents
Bridging the Gap Seminar
Darwin - 20 & 21 October 2015
"The team from Why Warriors has run the Bridging the Gap cross-cultural training seminars for over ten years, with presenters coming from both sides of the cultural divide to create a very rich and deep human experience. ...
Hosted by Richard Trudgen, author of acclaimed book Why Warriors Lie Down and Die in partnership with Witiyana Marika, a founding member of internationally renowned Yothu Yindi band, and Dianne Gondarra, Yolŋu language consultant and presenter on Yolŋu Radio. ... "
Why Warriors Lie Down And Die by Richard Trudgen
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WGAR: Working Group for Aboriginal Rights (Australia)
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