Why Warriors - Cross Cultural Solutions for Working with Indigenous People

An Introduction to Online Training

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Why Warriors is committed to developing Indigenous Communities. Funds we raise go towards supporting and training Indigenous clan based business.

Bridgeing The Gap Seminars

“The crisis for [Aboriginal people] is grave, but there is a way forward. When we understand the factors that create this loss of control then strategies can be developed to counter them....”

Richard Trudgen
Director & Author of Why Warriors Lie Down & Die

 

Why Warriors has been established to develop solutions to the some of the problems faced by Indigenous Australian people. We specialize in providing practical Cross-cultural training, drawing from our understanding of traditional and contemporary Indigenous culture. We provide the knowledge and skills to create effective strategies for developing Indigenous communities, with a particular focus on remote Indigenous communities in Australia's Northern Territory where the situation for Aboriginal people is most dire.

Cross Cultural Blog

The lights are on but nobody is home

  Community Development Tip – February 2015 Different Ways of Communicating Question: “How do I work with limited eye contact and little obvious response from Aboriginal clients? Also, do we talk too much?” Have you ever sat down and talked to a person with a […]

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The AHED Project

Arnhem Human Enterprise Development is a project in Responsive Development in an Indigenous Community in NE Arnhem Land

 

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