Indigenous cultural respect workshop

Image: Corroboree Ground at Yabun 2017. Photograph: Joseph Mayers

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural respect workshop is an interactive, experiential learning opportunity to enhance understanding of Indigenous cultures. The session explores the diversity of Indigenous communities and how their histories relates to health and well-being, employment and social inclusion. You’ll develop an appreciation and respect for Indigenous cultures and gain an understanding of how this relates to the workplace. This workshop provides you with insights into how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviours. This session will be delivered by Corporate Culcha.

The session is limited to 25 participants, so make sure you register early. Places are limited to 2 people per group. Priority is given to community groups and organisations that operate within the City of Sydney’s local area. The training is part of the City of Sydney’s Living in Harmony Festival 2018.

When: Monday 26 March 2018 from 9.30am to 2pm
Where: Town Hall House, 456 Kent Street, Sydney – report to the concierge on the ground floor.
Booking information: Free, but bookings are essential.




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