Why Warriors Cross-Cultural Tips - The Beckoning Finger
Our organisation has over 30 years of on-the-ground experience working and living with Aboriginal communities. We have an unparalleled understanding of the cross-cultural challenges people face, and can offer solutions and tools to anyone that works with Indigenous people, whether in community or policy. We are excited to start sharing our knowledge in a new series of freely available videos.
This month, Richard Trudgen explains about the inappropriate "beckoning finger" so prevalently used in classrooms and other dominant culture spaces across Indigenous Australia. Click here to watch the video.
Why Warriors Videoblog - Overland to Ramingining
The majority of our staff are based in remote communities in Arnhem Land, NT. Life can be very different from the mainstream there, with every day a potential adventure! We thought we'd start to share some of the uniqueness of our work with you through a series of videoblogs, to give viewers an insight into what it's like living and working in remote Aboriginal Australia.
This month, we travel off-road with Richard Trudgen through flooded swamplands to reach the community of Ramingining, 6hrs drive from Nhulunbuy, NT.