Recognise National Reconciliation Week with a live online yarning workshop.
We’ve designed an online learning experience that provides Seven Actions for Allies in response to this year's theme: More Than A Word. Reconciliation Takes Action.
We are offering this live yarning workshop exclusively to five organisations (up to 100 people per organisation) from as little as $15 per person.
1 June (Tuesday), 1 - 2pm
Strictly limited to 5 organisations. Act now to avoid disappointment.
Join our co-Directors Aunty Munya and Carla, in an insightful, 45 minute live webinar.
Drawn from our tried-and-tested Seven Steps to Practical Reconciliation framework, this special workshop provides simple strategies for everyone to help create a kinder, more inclusive Australia.
A Bardi Aboriginal elder, cultural expert and leading thinker, Aunty Munya Andrews brings a deep knowledge of First Nations cultures and traditions – and a lived experience as an Indigenous woman in Australia.
With an impressive career in program facilitation and learning design, Carla Rogers pairs her expertise in the digital realm with a nurturing, person-centred approach to learning. The result is an interactive, innovative program designed to command attention – and maintain it!
Understanding the theme
We unpack the 2021 National Reconciliation Week Theme:
More Than A Word. Reconciliation Takes Action.
What’s it all about?
Why do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people need allies and how do you become one?
We’ll offer seven simple actions that people can take right now based on our tried and tested Seven Steps to Practical Reconciliation framework.
$1500 + GST per group/organisation
(up to 100 participants)
“Many of our staff tell us it is the best cultural competency training they have ever experienced and has transformed their approach to working with Aboriginal health organisations. I encourage others to partner with Evolve because of their strategic, thorough and holistic approach.”