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Teacher PD Truth Telling Workshop

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Calling all teachers. Join us for a Truth Telling Workshop this February.  

2024 marks 16 years since Prime Minister Kevin Rudd formally apologised to Australia’s First Nations people, particularly the Stolen Generations, on behalf of the Australian people.  

Following the result of the 2023 referendum, people have been asking 'where to from here?'. 

Truth Telling is a great place to start. 

Join us on the morning of Tuesday February 13 to learn about our shared histories.    

When: Thursday 14th March 2024
 Children's Ground Melbourne/Naarm: 145-151 High Street | Prahran VIC 3181
 9.00am for 9.30am-12.30pm 
 Truth Telling Workshop, breaks and refreshments
 Your mobile phone 
Cost: $250 +GST per person, donated to Children's Ground to continue our work on the ground -
Please note: This donation is tax deductible 

RSVP: This Truth Telling Workshop is limited to 16 places. Register now to secure your attendance.  

Truth Telling Workshops: 

  • Building a deeper understanding of our shared history 
  • Build a deeper understanding of Australia’s shared history  
  • Deliver broader context around First Nations people  
  • Start or continue the journey from reconciliation to relationship  
  • Are above 'cultural awareness,' it is knowing your history, it is learning about the truth of this country  
  • Bring your RAP (Reconciliation Action Plan) to life 

For more information or to pay by invoice, contact Lisa Grieve:

We look forward to seeing you there. Please share with others who might be interested.

About Children's Ground 

Children’s Ground is a not-for-profit organisation led by First Nations people to transform the future for their children.  

Children’s Ground is designed for long-term change in whole communities - to shift the status quo from one where kids face a lifetime of trauma and disadvantage to a future for First Nations children filled with opportunity, joy, justice, and empowerment.  

We are community-led, bringing together First Nations and Western knowledge systems and practice expertise. Our unique 25-year approach follows a child’s life journey from early childhood to young adulthood. The approach integrates the five key pillars of life: a) learning and wellbeing; 2) family health and wellbeing; 3) community; 4) culture; 5) economic opportunity. 

Our integrated approach understands the culture and needs of communities, engaging people across all areas to have daily lives. It is also building the evidence to change those government policy approaches and systems currently failing First Nations children, families, and communities.

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