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Facilitated Yarn: Unpacking Privilege

How cultural bias informs practice with Aboriginal Australians.

  • $90-$75 per workshop
  • Queen Street

Service Description

This session is facilitator led group yarn with purpose. It is intended to generate discussion, questions and provided clarification and explanation for common terms in cultural safety policy and procedure but often not unpacked in enough detail for attendees to consistently embed these concepts in their professional practice. If you’re unsure of the professional context of white privileged or have had heard the phrase “that’s not culturally safe” and wanted further clarification and were not sure how to ask this is the training for you! Rainbow Crow Cultural Collective believe you can’t know what you don’t know when it comes to cultural difference and actively promotes a safe and positive training environment to challenge cultural stereotypes and have the hard yarn about racism and white privilege in a professional context to actively promote reconciliation and promote Indigenous self-determination.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • 19 Queen St, Cooks Hill NSW 2300, Australia

    +61 413266633

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