Healing Country, Healing futures: aspirations for country and community

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Watch a recording of a NAIDOC Week 2021 panel webinar "Healing Country, Healing Futures: Aspirations for Country and Community".

Hosted in partnership between the Indigenous Knowledge Institute and the Faculty of Science, the panel addressed the NAIDOC Week 2021 theme of "Heal Country!".


Host: Paris Mordecai
Indigenous Engagement and Outreach Officer, Faculty of Science

Maddison Miller
Research Fellow in Ecological Knowledge of Country, Faculty of Science

Dr Ngaree Blow
Director of First Nations Health for medical education at the University of Melbourne and a Director of the Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association

Professor Barry Judd
Director of Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne

Jefa Greenaway
Senior Lecturer at the Melbourne School of Design and is founding Director of Greenaway Architects

Professor Bruce Pascoe
Enterprise Professor (Indigenous Agriculture), Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences

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