The Australian Wars: Webinar Series
This three part webinar series is designed for educators to deepen their knowledge and competence in teaching First Nations perspectives in our shared history, particularly Frontier Wars history.
Indigenous Suicide Prevention Forum
Culture is Life travelled to Meanjin (Brisbane) on Tuurbal country for the Indigenous Suicide Prevention (ISP) Forum in March 2023.
Job Opportunity: Programs Officer
We're hiring a full-time Programs Officer to join a small, creative, determined and focused team who back our mob to catalyse and mobilise positive change.
Our Future Fire
A fireside yarn weaving culture, storytelling and live performances by young First Nations people from Culture is Life and the Singing Our Futures program at Port Fairy Folk Festival.
#HealOurHistory Campaign Launch
To amplify the The Australian Wars Education & Impact Project in partnership with Culture is Life, Blackfella Films and SBS, Culture is Life has launched the #HealOurHistory Campaign.
Two Way Learning & Professional Development for Teachers
Teachers who participated in Culture is Life's recent webinar expressed their need to deeper understand our shared history, including the Frontier Wars, and interest in our Two-Way Learning Model, now added to the 'Teaching First Nations Knowledge and Perspectives Guide'.
Honouring Our Old People: Reflections On Visiting Australia’s Largest Prison Island & The Frontier Wars
After watching the documentary Utopia years ago, and learning about the true history of Rottnest Island, or Wadjemup as it’s called in Noongar language, I thought this was a place that I would never visit.
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