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Barri Marruma Workshops

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You’re invited to an exclusive workshop designed to elevate your project implementation and build your capacity in accessing the upcoming infrastructure and development opportunities in Armidale. Join Murawin’s co-founder & CEO Carol Vale for a unique opportunity to learn about:

Β· Murawin’s deep connection to the region

Β· Our signature Country-centric methodology, Barri Marruma,

Β· Economic and value driven procurement – culturally safe andΒ commercially sound

Β· Business opportunities available in the region

Register now to lock in your space in the workshop.

About Murawin

Co-founded in Armidale by Dunghutti woman Carol Vale & the late Greg McKenzie, Murawin is a national consultancy, committed to social justice and empowerment of First Nations communities and other marginalised groups. Our organisation works across a wide range of policy areas that directly affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities. Implementing our Barri Marruma methodology, we specialise in three core service areas: Social Impact & Engagement, Research & Evaluation, and Place Strategy.

Barri Marruma is Murawin’s Country-centric methodology that ensures Country, community and Indigenous knowledge informs all the projects we work on and guides us through intercultural collaboration and co-design. In an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander view, Country is everything. It is not only the place itself but everything that makes up that place, the land, water, skies, the animals, and the people. More importantly are the relationships, the energy, and the space in between the individual parts. Nothing exists in isolation; it is part of a complex system, with all elements in constant interconnection and interrelatedness, where context is everything.β€― With this holistic approach, Barri Marruma provides a four-phase framework that acts both as lens to examine projects through, but also as a process for project implementation that provides an anchoring to Country and ensures that our services are rooted in context, deep listening, participatory engagement, exploratory co-design, and ambitious vision.

July 24th Workshop - Registration closes Friday July 19th at 5pm AEST

September 25th Workshop - Registration closes at Friday September 20th at 5pm AEST


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