Tag: Cultural Immersion


Indigenous Knowledge and Mental Health

This text represents a wholly refreshing, important, challenging, and creative contribution to the literature addressing the impacts of colonization on the well-being of Indigenous Peoples

Case Studies

Gambay – Languages Map

First Languages Australia is working with regional language centres nationally to develop a map of Australian languages that reflects the names and groupings favoured by


First languages Australia

First Languages Australia works to ensure that the wishes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members are voiced in key decision-making processes that impact



Bob Randall, a member of Yankunytjatjara people and one of the listed traditional owners of Uluru, explains the principle of connectedness through caring and responsibility


Billibellary’s Walk (Guided Map)

Billibellary’s Walk is named after the Ngurungaeta, or clan head, of the Wurundjeri people at the time of Melbourne’s settlement. The self-guided walk is a