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Full Day First Nations Practice Exchange

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The First Nations Practice Exchange is a valuable opportunity to learn about local Aboriginal community development practices and initiatives. Darwin has a significant Indigenous population, and the exchange can provide insight into the unique challenges and opportunities faced by Aboriginal communities in the region.

During the practice exchange, you will visit local Aboriginal organisations and communities that are involved in community development work. These may include land councils, health services, and community-based organisations that focus on education, employment, and cultural preservation.

The practice exchange can provide you will opportunities to learn from the wisdom of local practitioners, build relationships, exchange ideas, and develop new skills.

Some possible highlights of the exchange might include visiting the Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, which represents the traditional owners of the Darwin region, and/or the Northern Land Council, which provides support to Aboriginal communities in the Top End of the Northern Territory. 

Overall, the First Nations Practice Exchange in Darwin can be an enriching and informative experience for anyone interested in working with Aboriginal communities and gaining a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities faced by Indigenous peoples in Northern Australia.

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