It targets Indigenous students in Years 9-10 and runs over two years, in close collaboration with schools, families and communities.
This week the participants and team - Project Manager Nicola Sinclair, Dr Karen Vaughan, Clancy Goslett-King, Daren and Tania Dunn, Simone Brown, and Helen Apostle - are celebrating NAIDOC Week during a residential camp at the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence at Redfern.
Activities include participation in NAIDOC Week events at Hyde Park, photography workshop, session at Koori Radio, filming parts of Sydney as part of a group exploration, Dreaming Rocks Tour and Discovery Centre, night time session at Sydney Observatory, health workshop, ropes activities, group work, Cockatoo Island, cooking class with Kool Purple Kookas, and a Harbour tour on the Tribal Warrior.
This program is part of UTS contribution to NAIDOC Week (opens an external site).
The project is led by Professor Rosemary Johnston.