We can tailor any of the topics below and work with you to create a training that is specific to your workplace/ classroom needs. Topics covered: Topics explained Understanding the meaning of ‘ethnicity’ and ‘race’. Through an anthropological perspective we will touch on what is meant by the term ‘race’ and ‘ethnicity’ and how weContinue reading “Cultural Awareness”
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Young People Storytelling has been used as an artistic form of expression across cultures, landscapes, and moments in time. It has been long proven and documented that through narrative we own our stories and in turn heal through sharing narratives. The power of sharing stories is about breaking down barriers and bringing about human connection.Continue reading “Storytelling”
Through respectful conversations this workshop aims cover to topics of: Looking into our own personal biases in order to understand and connect with each other. ‘A human being is part of a whole, called by us the “Universe,” a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separatedContinue reading “Community Education”
Journey of a Refugee.
As an experienced and captivating storyteller Liliana shares her personal story through an immersive activity that take audiences through the journey of a refugee. A harrowing story of survival, freedom fighting and ultimately escaping from a brutal dictatorship and later arriving to safety in Australia. Liliana also facilitates a Q&A session after sharing her storyContinue reading “Journey of a Refugee.”
The Global and Local Context: Refugee and Asylum Seeker
Defining who is considered a Refugees and Asylum Seeker. According to UNHCR’s latest figures there are 89.3 million people around the world who have been forced to flee their homes. Would you like to learn more about the experiences of people from a refugee background? Would you like to understand the global and local (Australian)Continue reading “The Global and Local Context: Refugee and Asylum Seeker”